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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

WOKS THAT ARE "YAY" FOR INDUCTION STOVES

Some of you are shopping for that foodie for Christmas, and if by chance you are looking for a wok that works well on an induction stove, most flat bottom woks will work if it is made of carbon steel or stainless steel. Woks such as carbon steel may rust, that is why you need to keep them oiled up when storing, but those are my favorite.


Pictured is a preseasoned carbon steel wok that is a flat bottom model, perfect for an induction stovetop. It is also perfect for gas stoves and flat top electric stoves. Preseasoned means you won't need to use any oils and spices to season the metal before use, all preseason means is to prime the metal or wok.

These woks are perfect for the home chef, over time, the coating will wear off like I stated, it will rust, have no fear, it will still work, wash the wok with warm water, using a wok brush to loosen off all of the ingredients, no need to scrub it. And lightly coat it with light vegetable oil on the insides, and cover it with a large towel and store it from dust. A wok works perfect for any kind of stir frying, or even deep frying or poaching, you can check www.mrslinskitchen.com for more information, prices are very reasonable, give these types of woks for an induction stove top a "Yay" rating.