Best Stove Top Wok in 2020
Carbon Steel Wok For Electric, Induction and Gas Stoves (Lid, Spatula and Seasoning Video Guide Included)
- 12.5" DIAMETER W/ FLAT BOTTOM - Tested thoroughly and works on electric stoves, induction stoves, gas ranges and other heat sources.
- CARBON STEEL - Is the best and most common material for woks these days. It's lightweight and heats up extremely fast. Perfect for wok recipes!
- ACCESSORIES INCLUDED - Includes a gorgeous wooden lid and a metal spatula. The handle is wooden and will not get hot during use.
- VIDEO USER GUIDE - Over 380,000 subscribers trust her recipes... and she trusts this wok. Popular YouTuber, Souped Up Recipes, will explain exacctly how to season and take care of your wok. WIth proper care, it will exhibit non-stick qualities and last you many, many years.
- CAST IRON AND STAINLESS STEEL ALTERNATIVE - Carbon steel brings out the benefits from both cast iron and stainless steel, while excluding the pitfalls of them.
Cooks Standard 02591 Flat Bottom With Lid 11-Inch Hard Anodized Nonstick Wok Stir Fry Pan, Black
- Has a hard anodized surface that is durable, heats evenly/quickly, and prevents hot spots
- Nonstick performance for easy food release/tossing, cleaning, and allows for healthy cooking
- Tempered glass lid to view food; wide and deep to hold a large amount for multiple uses
- Long riveted stainless steel handle stays cool/comfortable; oven safe to 450F, lid to 350F
- Not induction safe; works on gas, electric, glass, ceramic, etc.; hand wash recommended
Calphalon Contemporary Hard-Anodized Aluminum Nonstick Cookware, Flat-Bottom Wok, 10-Inch, Black - 1877054
- Heavy gauge aluminum construction ensures even heating and is hard anodized for durability It also makes it dishwasher safe
- Interior includes 3 layers of nonstick coating ,two layers provide durability and the third layer offers easy release performance
- The long, brushed stainless steel handles are designed to stay cool on the stove top; Pans and covers are also oven safe, making it ideal for finishing a gourmet dish
- Adapted from a traditional round bottom wok, this flat bottom wok has a wide cooking surface ideal for stir frying on gas or electric ranges.
- The nonstick surface means you can cook healthier using less fat, with effortless cleanup comes with Calphalon's full lifetime warranty
Cooks Standard NC-00233 Stainless Steel Stir Fry Pan with Dome Lid 13-Inch Multi-Ply Clad Wok, Silver
- 13-inch wok made of 18/10 stainless steel with aluminum core
- Solid stainless-steel riveted handles stay cooler with air-flow technology
- Secure-fitting stainless-steel dome lid traps in heat and moisture
- Dishwasher-safe; oven-safe to 500 degrees F
- Measures 23 by 13-1/2 by 5 inches; limited lifetime warranty Shape round
Cuisinart 726-38H Chef's Classic Stainless 14-Inch Stir-Fry Pan with Helper Handle and Glass Cover
- 14-inch stir-fry pan made of stainless steel with encapsulated aluminum core;Stay-cool riveted handle and opposite helper handle for a secure hold.
- Kindly refer to User Manual Page No 2 for the troubleshooting steps.
- See-through glass cover with loop handle and stainless-steel rim.
- Dishwasher-safe for quick cleanup; oven-safe up to 550 degrees F.
- Measures approximately 14-2/7 by 21-1/2 by 5-1/2 inches; limited lifetime warranty.
Craft Wok Traditional Hand Hammered Carbon Steel Pow Wok with Wooden and Steel Helper Handle (14 Inch, Round Bottom) / 731W88
- 15 gauge (1.8mm) carbon steel, commercial grade. Original design by Craft Wok since 2014, proven quality over the years.
- Traditional chinese wok pan with round bottom: not suitable for flat electric or flat induction stove. Do not forget to season it before use! Instructions for easy seasoning are included with the wok. Our customer service is ready to guide through the process whenever you need it.
- Hand hammered by Chinese professionals in Guangzhou. This wok is the proven choice of many professional Chinese chefs.
- Steel helper handle will not burn when you stir fry over high heat, also helpful for hanging the wok for storage. Wooden handle has special hygroscopic not slippery surface for tight grip when you stir-fry.
- Craft Wok - Love Wok! We are a team of professionals drawn together by our passion for the carbon steel wok. Our mission is to bring you as much pleasure from Stir-frying in a wok, as chefs get in restaurants across China. To do this, we have found the best manufacturers in China. Our range of branded products is 100% authentic traditional carbon steel woks, 5 years on market.
Norpro 10-Piece Wok Set, Silver, 14 inch (506)
- Measures: 8. 75" x 16" x 14" / 22cm x 40. 5cm x 35. 5cm
- Norpro's 10 piece wok set includes everything you need to make stir frying fun.
- Includes wok, lid, reversible burner ring, tempura rack, 1 pair cooking chopsticks, 10 pairs chopsticks, wire steaming rack, turner, ladle, and recipe instruction booklet.
- For gas or electric stoves.
- Made of carbon steel.
Cook N Home 12-Inch Nonstick Stir Fry Wok Pan, Green, 30cm
- 12-inch stir fry wok pan that measures 3.5 in. height, 20 in. length, and 3.2 lb
- Made of thick gauge aluminum for even heat distribution and prevents hot spots
- Nonstick coating makes food release/cleaning easy and is cadmium and lead free
- Riveted handles are comfortable to hold, stay cool, and non-slip; Oven safe to 350F
- Works on Induction, gas, electric, glass, ceramic, halogen, etc.; Dishwasher safe
Lodge P14W3 Pro-Logic Cast Iron Wok, 14-inch, Black
- 14 Inch Seasoned Cast Iron Wok. The Lodge Cast Iron Wok weighs 11.86 lbs and is made of 100% cast iron, which retains heat better than other metals and makes for short work of everything from a stir fry to a summer vegetable sauté. The flattened bottom is ideal for all cooking surfaces, including induction.
- SEASONED COOKWARE. A good seasoning makes all the difference. Lodge seasons its cookware with 100% vegetable oil; no synthetic coatings or chemicals. The more you use your iron, the better the seasoning will get.
- MADE IN THE USA. Lodge has been making cast iron cookware in South Pittsburg, Tennessee (pop. 3,300) since 1896. With over 120 years of experience, their cast iron is known for its high quality design, lifetime durability, and cooking versatility.
- MAKE EVERY MEAL A MEMORY. Lodge knows that cooking is about more than just the food; it’s about the memories.
- FAMILY-OWNED. Lodge is more than just a business; it’s a family. The Lodge family founded the company in 1896, and they still own it today. From environmental responsibility to community development, their heads and hearts are rooted in America. When deep frying, fill cookware only to 1/3 of capacity.Hand wash the skillet, dry, and then rub with cooking oil
Uno Casa Cast Iron Wok Pan - Flat Bottom Wok with Silicone Lid - 12.5 Inch, 5.2 Q
- ✅ STABLE, FLAT BASE - The wide base on this flat-bottom wok keeps it sturdy and safe on all cooking surfaces, including gas, electric & induction burners as well as ovens, campfires, and grills.
- 🥘 DOUBLE-SIDED HANDLES - Easy to hold, easy to move, and easy to cook in. With two sturdy handles to twist and lift, this wok pan is ready for anything.
- 💯 COMPACT AND WELL-DESIGNED - This smart purchase has the same volume (5.2 qts.) as wider wok pans with a diameter of just 12.5 inches. Made from heavy-duty cast iron (approximately 8 lbs.), the Uno Casa wok also takes up less space and is much easier to carry than its competitors.
- 🔥 HEATS QUICKLY AND EVENLY - The durable nonstick surface perfectly retains heat while cooking, so it’s well-suited to all your recipes - whether you’re making Sesame-Ginger Chicken for Wednesday night supper or a smoky campfire paella for Saturday’s campout.
- ✨ MULTIUSE SILICONE LID - The adaptable lid perfectly seals in the heat and moisture of your homemade stir-fries for to-die-for texture and flavor. It’s also multiuse - fitting a variety of Uno Casa pots and pans so you can use it again and again.
Top Three Ethnic Food Markets in St. Louis
All St. Louis ethnic food markets offer new and settled immigrants culinary links to home while providing everyone else with tremendous opportunities to discover new adventures in cooking...
My favorite is Viviano and Sons on Southwest Avenue. The place is literally swimming in every kind of imported olive oil, ( a lot of them in cans) and bargain red wine imaginable. Where else can you get fresh eggplant, artichokes, capicolo ham and mortadella bologna?
John Viviano is one of three sons who have kept this popular little Italian market humming since 1949. Passing by is like a throwback in time. The place is painted all of the colors of the flag of Italy: green storefront with red and white stripes on the roof.
Viviano and Sons is also a great place to get lunch, or take some sandwiches home for dinner. John decided back in 2001 that he was sending to many of his grocery customers who asked for sandwiches down the street to his competitors. He realized that he had all of the fresh makings of some super sized subs right on the premises. He got a little creative with the names too: there's the Sophia Loren turkey and swiss, The Smash, and The Big Viv, eggplant topped with lots of mozzarella and fresh Italian tomatoes. If you're really feeling adventurous, you can try a Tony Soprano or even step up to The Godfather. If your appetite is smaller, go for a nice little Joe Pesci.
All the sandwiches feature 6 ounces of Boar's Head meat and fresh baked Italian bread. Add a side of pasta salad, mushroom salad, artichoke salad, olive salad, or bacon and potato salad, and it's an offer that you can't refuse. And, hey, the price is right at about 6 bucks.
If your tastes are a little bit more south of the border, then travel a little further down to the Southtown neighborhood. Make your way down some narrow side streets that were, let's face it, originally designed for buggies and horses, to venture upon La Tropicana on Lindenwood Street. Make your way through the Tequila? Garden out front and into the store, where you will hear more Spanish spoken than English. You might want to brush up on that language a little too, as you will find aisle after aisle of groceries, all labeled in Spanish. You can also still get the old returnable bottles of Pepsi and Coke here, something that the companies frown upon. Seems that in the glass bottles, the soda is still made with sugar cane, not corn sweetener, and despite objections from the soda giants, some folks think it makes a big difference in the taste. And if you fancy something a little stronger than a soft drink, the back wall of the store holds, what seems to be, about fifty different brands of Tequila. The store also has a small deli counter in back and is a good place to stop for lunch. The front counter holds a selection of fresh Mexican and Cuban pastries. All the bases are covered here, you can find not only Mexican food and groceries, but also delicacies from the Caribbean, Latin America, Spain, and Cuba.
And last, but not least, on our list of the top three ethnic markets in St. Louis, is Global Foods. Located in the suburb of Kirkwood, about 5 miles east of Interstate 270, Global Foods is more like a traditional American supermarket. The only difference is that it has over 30,000 different products from all around the world, some of them you can't get anywhere else in the St. Louis area. Just try looking for powdered Japanese Green Tea for example, or a Tai Coffee press anywhere else. The market is neatly divided into sections from each area of the world and labeled in both that language and English. The help is courteous and friendly and I swear it seems that they have the uncanny ability to find someone who speaks your language no matter where you're from. And, unlike some of the other ethnic stores in the area, the employees command of English is very good. The store also carries a large selection of cooking utensils specific to the food being prepared. There are also some videos and cookbooks for those who want to become initiates in great culinary adventure.
While bok choy, napa cabbage, or white Chinese cabbage is available in most supermarkets, at Global Foods you'll also find gai choy (a mustard leaf), yu choy (broccoli rabe) and a bunch of other produce and fruits with exotic sounding names and strange appearances. Choy, by the way, is Cantonese for vegetable.
While you're at Global Foods, don't forget to check out the Japanese aisle. You never know when you might just fancy some canned octopus or some powdered fish scales!