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Souped Up Recipes - Flat Bottom Wok for Electric, Induction and Gas Stoves (Lid, Spatula and Seasoning Video Guide Included)

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  • 12.5" DIAMETER W/ FLAT BOTTOM – Tested thoroughly and works on electric stoves, inductions stoves, gas ranges and other heat sources.
  • 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 – Includes a 15 minute video to learn exactly how to season and take care of your wok. With the proper care, it will exhibit non-stick qualities and last you many, many years!
  • CARBON STEEL – Is the best and most common material for woks these days. It's lightweight and heats up extremely fast. Perfect for wok cooking!
  • CAST IRON AND STAINLESS STEEL WOK ALTERNATIVE – Carbon steel brings out the benefits from both cast iron and stainless steel, while excluding the pitfalls of them.
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12.5 inch diameter, flat bottom wok is suitable for all heat sources including electric coils, electric and induction glass tops, gas stove tops, and other direct heat sources.

Printed hammered texture is gorgeous and unique. It is made of carbon steel- the trusted choice for chefs of Asian cuisine around the world. There is no coating on this material- seasoning is required (clear instructions in English given).

Included with the wok pan is a wooden lid, stainless steel spatula and a link to the video user guide on YouTube. In the video guide you will learn how to season, clean and care for your wok in detail- so this wok will last you many years to come. The lid is natural Fir wood and may have an odor. All products are tested to be generally accepted as safe.

This carbon steel wok is brought to you by the YouTube channel, Souped Up Recipes. Included in the package is a link to the channel, which has over 8 million views, where you can find your favorite Chinese recipes to make in this wok. Make food that is better than takeout and cheaper. Order now and get started.


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1.0 out of 5 stars Not sure what this is.
By James A. on 2 March 2021
We've followed your cleaning instructions but still, this is coming off after 2 uses. What are we doing wrong? And what is this substance coming off? Is this now in our food?
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Amy C.
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent wok, with one caveat about initial seasoning.
Reviewed in the United States on 20 August 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent wok, with one caveat about initial seasoning.
Reviewed in the United States on 20 August 2019
I cooked with my new wok today (more on that later). I wanted to share this photo of the new wok beside my trusty 40 year-old family heirloom, which is a handmade hammered steel wok. It has been a workhorse. The hammer marks on my old wok serve to hold food that you want to pull away from the hot middle while you add more ingredients, or reduce a sauce. The hammer marks on this new Souped-up-recipes wok are more pronounced, so should serve the same purpose even better. They are manufactured, not hand- hammered.

I followed the seasoning instructions exactly, including washing off the protective wax. I think not all the wax came off in hot soapy water though, as the seasoning oil just wanted to slide off. I made two applications of oil and hour-long bakes in the oven. However, the seasoning process was not really successful.

Tonight I cooked kung pao chicken in the new wok. The first ingredient was marinated chicken in a generous amount of oil. The chicken stuck really bad! After cooking the chicken, I paused the recipe to deglaze the pan with some water and a lot of elbow grease. The good news is that I think the wok is ready to be seasoned again, the bad news is that we probably got some of the wax in our food.

Bottom line, compared to my trusty old wok, this wok looks to be high quality. The weight is nearly the same, and the flat bottom is a little easier to deal with on the stove. Unless I come back to update this review in case I am not able to get it properly seasoned for nonstick cooking, then you can be sure that this wok is a good buy. It seems very sturdy and should last decades.

*Update* After seasoning again, and doing some deep frying, this wok is perfectly seasoned and completely non-stick.

*Another update after 10 months* I use this wok at least once per week. I haven't had to re-season even once. It has developed a beautiful patina making it completely nonstick. As soon as I dump the food into a serving dish, I take the hot wok to the sink and rinse with hot water. Everything comes off easily with a few scrapes of the spatula, and a few swipes with a nylon brush. No soap! Back on the hot stove with the burner off for a quick dry while we eat. I couldn't be happier with this wok!
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K. K Slider
1.0 out of 5 stars There is a coating and it flaked on my first use
Reviewed in Canada on 21 May 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars There is a coating and it flaked on my first use
Reviewed in Canada on 21 May 2020
I followed Mandys seasoning video instructions, applying three layers of oil and baking it in. I tried cooking an egg and used the provided spatula. The black coating began to flake. I tried reseasoning it and it wouldn’t cover the flaked areas. This tells me there is definitely a coating. Carbon steels naked appearance is silver and not black. They claim this wok is carbon steel but I don’t believe it now. I really wanted to like this wok and use it but having it flake this bad on a first time use, and at this price point, is unacceptable.
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Carissa Bender
1.0 out of 5 stars Seasoning burns off
Reviewed in Canada on 27 March 2020
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Claire
3.0 out of 5 stars Don't follow the instruction
Reviewed in Canada on 28 May 2020
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Tyiese
1.0 out of 5 stars Plastic part on wok melts while seasoning. AVOID
Reviewed in the United States on 20 December 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Plastic part on wok melts while seasoning. AVOID
Reviewed in the United States on 20 December 2019
So while seasoning the wok (must do this per instructions) there is a plastic part attaching the handle base onto the wok that totally melted in my oven now I have a stinky and smoky house. This was per their instructions so I don’t know what happened. It instructs to leave off the wooden handle, which I did.
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