This Iwachu cast iron wok is durable and retains heat well, ideal for stir-frying
Also excels at deep-frying and sauteing,
Like any other well made cast iron product, if well taken care of, it can be passed on to the next generation.
To properly season your cast iron wok:
First, use high heat warming a small amount of oil in it. Remove from flame and wipe the oil out.
Clean the pan with hot water and heat it to dry.
Add a small amount of oil after it is dry.
Spread the oil around it to form a thin film.
Store in a dry place. Do not expose it to salt.
13-1/2 inches long with handles (34.5 centimeters long) x 11-1/4 inches in diameter (28.5 centimeters in diameter), 4-3/4 inches tall (12 centimeters tall), 5.85 pounds (2.65 kilograms).
Inside measurements: 10-3/4 inches in diameter (27.5 centimeters in diameter) 3-3/8 inches tall (8.5 centimeters tall).
Made in Japan