BK Black Steel Wok, 12"

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Your best-ever Asian dishes start with this wok. Celebrated by chefs everywhere, carbon steel provides exceptional browning and searing, weighs a fraction of cast iron and is even more heat responsive for faster, more even heating. Best of all, it comes pre-seasoned and gets better with each use—every time you use this wok it will become darker, forming a layer of patina, which naturally improves durability and nonstick properties. Virtually indestructible, it will last for generations.

BK has a rich history of innovation. In 1851, coppersmith Hendrik Berk of Kampen, Holland, was commissioned to make milk churns, pots, pans and other cooking utensils. Forty years later, he added a protective layer of enamel and introduced the world to the first enameled steel Dutch oven. BK continues to bring high quality and innovative engineering to their cookware.
  • Carbon steel weighs a fraction of cast iron and is more heat-responsive for quicker heat-up and cooldown while providing the same great searing results as cast iron
  • Black iron oxide layer provides superior corrosion and stain resistance
  • Naturally pre-seasoned; ready to use after washing
  • Safe for use with metal utensils
  • Toxin-free; PTFE/PFOA-free
  • Riveted and coated cast iron handles shaped for comfort
  • Winner of the 2019 Red Dot Award for design
  • Manufacturer: BK
  • Material: Carbon steel
  • 12" diameter (24.75" L with handle) x 3" H
  • Weight: 4 lb. 3 oz.
  • Warranty: 2-year warranty
  • Made in China
  • Compatible with all stovetops, including induction
  • Oven safe to 600°F
  • Re-season occasionally—heat pan and add a little vegetable or canola oil; swirl it around the pan. Heat the pan until it starts to smoke then use paper towels to remove the oil. Repeat the process 2–3 times. The pan will discolor. This process creates a natural nonstick coating. Wipe again to remove any excess oil, let cool and store
  • Hand-wash only. Dry before storing
  • One wok