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Description Cast Aluminium is amazingly light, without compromising on quality! Heavy Gauge Pans with a high quality Non-Stick finishRibbed Grill Pan has two pouring lips5pce Wok Set includes Tempura Rack, Cook's... more

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Description The set includes a 14'' / 35cm non-stick wok with heavy duty handles and lid. Wooden steamer rack, chromium plated tempura rack. 13''/30cm cook's chopsticks and a wooden spatula. more

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Description Take the cast iron Bodum Wok, toss in a little Japanese style, add some Thai simplicity, and spice it up with Indian flavours. The only limit is your imagination. 37cm x 10cm more

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“Evergreen Wok...”

published 09/04/2014

AdvantagesGood capacity size, well designed, good colours

DisadvantagesPrice may put some off

...I do quite a bit of cooking with my wok, I am a big fan of stir fry dishes as well as cooking other meals in the wok, purely because it has the capacity that I need as well as I simply enjoy cooking with it as opposed to a saucepan on some occasions. For many years I had a very reliable Ken Hom wok, it wasn?t particularly expensive and I had picked it up in TK Maxx but after a lot of use...

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AdvantagesLightweight, two carrying handles, quick to heat up and none stick base

Disadvantagesthin edges can be 'dangerous'

...whisks to hand held blenders, food processors to digital scales and, which I have quite a few of, pots and pans in all shapes and sizes, all being used for certain cooking jobs in the kitchen. One particular pan which I tend to use quite a lot, although calling it a pan may not be quite right, is in fact called a Wok, and for me is a bit of an all rounder for cooking on the hob. Over the years I have...

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“Wok on”

published 01/12/2012

AdvantagesGood quality

DisadvantagesCosts a lot

...Jamie Oliver is one extremely attractive man and the added bonus is that he can cook. I have been drooling over him for many years and have most of his cooking books. Over the years, I have bought a few of his cookery items and his pan collection is a must buy. They are really hard wearing and excellent quality. This review concerns the Wok which is one of the most recent additions to my...

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