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8 Brilliant non-stick woks for home cooking

BY Joshua Joda

28th Feb 2024 Recipes

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8 Brilliant non-stick woks for home cooking
Woks are an useful vehicle for fast and healthy cooking
Whether it’s for steaming, frying or stir frying, woks are a brilliant method for quick cooking with an assortment of ingredients. They’re great for a range of food recipes, with easy cooking of vegetables, meat and rice. With the use of woks, you can also preserve nutrients and use less fat.
Naturally, woks will develop a layer (the patina) that will also add flavour to food but this process can also be manually accelerated by seasoning it. Here’s a list of eight fantastic woks to help you cook up a storm.

nuovva non-stick wok

Nuovva wok
Made from a high-quality material, this wok comes in four different colours and styles, all of which include a removable handle. The wok has a non-stick coating for easy cooking and post-cook cleaning, ensuring food doesn’t stick to the pan.
Specifications:
Capacity – 4.9 litres

INTIGNIS non-stick wok

INTIGNIS wok
This wok comes in a standout red finish, with a 6mm induction bottom, giving it a solid and sturdy surface for even heat distribution. Also included is the Greblon nonstick coating, enabling food to easily move around when cooked—with a corrosion-resistant silicon handle for easy use. 
Specifications:
Capacity – 4 litres

Jobin non-stick wok

Jobin wok
More of a standard looking model, this Jobin wok can work on all types of stovetops, including induction, gas and Halogen. The wok also comes pre-seasoned and has been treated with high-temperature nitrogen, making it nonstick, non-rusting and conveniently easy to clean.
The woks handle can also be removed for easier storage if needed.
Specifications:
Capacity – 5.6 litres

Sovereign non-stick wok

Sovereign wok
Coming with a transparent glass lid, this wok also has an ergonomic handle for firm grip. This model is durable and long-lasting, with a very conductive and scratch-resistant surface.
The wok is made to withstand multiple washes and expected wear and tear that comes with extensive cooking.
Specifications:
Capacity – 3 litres

Bezia non-stick wok

Bezia wok
This stainless-steel wok is suitable for all types of hobs and comes with a quality tempered glass lid to keep in flavour and key nutrients when cooking.
The wok comes with a soup mouth design, with slight warping around the sides and a removeable wooden handle.
Specifications:
Capacity – 4 litres

Ken Hom non-stick wok

Ken Hom wok
With a flat bottom, this wok is made to be sturdy and stable on different types of stoves. It’s made from durable carbon steel, which is great for heat distribution, with an engraved heat-resistant wood handle to finish off its design.
Specifications:
Capacity – 4.78 litres
Note: suitable for ceramic, gas and electric hobs.

Tefal non-stick wok

Tefal wok
A stainless-steel wok, this model has a rounded and deep bowl which is great for cooking vegetables and meat. Also included is an induction base for even heating and delicious results.
With titanium non-stick coating for easy cooking and cleaning.
Specifications:
Capacity – 4 litres

Ninja non-stick wok

Ninja wok
If what you’re after in a wok is something that is long-lasting, study and is a high-quality product, this Ninja wok is the one for you. Made from anodised aluminium, its non-stick coating and firm handle make for easy, no-worry frying, searing or stir frying.
The wok is also scratch-resistant, dishwasher safe and oven safe up to 260 degrees Celsius.
Specifications:
Capacity – 0.4 litres
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