Non stick woks?

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2006/07/09 18:32:16 (permalink)

Non stick woks?

Can anyone recommend me a cheapish one or do you have to spend a wack to get the real deal.

I have a wok but everything sticks to it and its murder to clean,


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    RE: Non stick woks? 2006/07/09 19:02:05 (permalink)
    Go to your local ironmongers mate, will be some there, somewhere like Robert Dyas, if you have one near you.

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    RE: Non stick woks? 2006/07/09 19:21:21 (permalink)
    The best woks don't have the non-stick coating but are seasoned through regular use and turn black.

    The wok should be smoking before you add the oil, when the oils heats up and starts smoking then you add the food, keeping the food moving helps stop it sticking.

    Use groundnut oil too rather than ordinary cooking oil.

    When cleaning it don't use washing up liquid as it removes the seasoning from the wok.

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    RE: Non stick woks? 2006/07/09 20:50:25 (permalink)
    As said get a proper wok and season it. Will be much better (and far cheaper) than a non-stick one.
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