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Tefal Eternal Stainless Steel Induction Wok w/Lid 28cm $84.97 @ Myer

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Warranty Duration: 10 years
Warranty Type: Manufacturer
Fabrication: Triply: 3 layers (stainless steel, aluminum,stainless steel) with scratch resistant, mesh coating, fixed stainless steel handle & glass lid
Care and Use Instructions: Dishwasher safe, recommended to use liquid or gel
Eternal Mesh pan: Easy cooking in stainless steel

Bring out the best in your cooking with a stainless steel pan that delivers delicious results with less sticking! The Eternal Mesh frypan by Tefal combines the properties of stainless steel cooking with the advantages of a coating for perfect searing and easy cleaning. It's all thanks to the ingenious, scratch-resistant mesh coating encapsulated in a stainless steel protection grid, which ensures outstanding results and less sticking. At the same time, the pan's triply construction (stainless steel / aluminum / stainless steel) provides excellent heat distribution, for even cooking and mouthwatering results. Boasting a 10-year guarantee, this elegant kitchen pan is compatible with all stovetops, including induction.

COATING: Stainless steel frypan with scratch-resistant mesh coating encapsulated in a stainless steel protection grid
MATERIAL: Coated stainless steel pan for less sticking and easy cleaning
100% SAFE: PFOA-free, lead-free and cadmium-free, thanks to stricter controls than those required by current food contact regulations
CONSTRUCTION: Frypan with stainless steel / aluminum / stainless steel construction, for perfect searing and even cooking
GUARANTEE: Kitchen pan with 10-year warranty covering the very best in rust-proof stainless steel and expert manufacturing, for maximum robustness, durability and cooking pleasure with no risk of damage over time
HOB COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with all stovetops, including induction (gas, electric, ceramic, induction)

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Base looks far too wide to call it a ‘wok’…

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      if you dont plan on tossing your food wide flat base is best tbh. more convenient.

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        Tossing has nothing to do with it tbh. The more rounded and deeper ones make it a wok because you put your cooked food on the rounded sides whilst cooking other bits.

    • +2 votes

      woks on induction don't get the benefit of heat up the sides like gas. Narrow base one feels nearly useless.

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        Now this comment makes sense. Thanks. This still looks more like a normal saucepan to me (that’s a bit deeper than normal)

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        I guess it depends on how your gas wok burner is designed - my Smeg unit sends 95% of the heat up the sides of my wok and almost none in the centre 😂
        So I have to keep all my cooking food up the sides of the pan, and the centre is the boiling-instead-of-frying zone.
        A flat bottom "wok" like this one would probably work better 🤷🏼‍♂️

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    Thanks OP. Been eyeing this for quite some time now. Finally can ditch our old "wok"

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    Awesome, needed something like this after switching to induction.

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    Is it even possible to have wok hei if you use induction? This looks more like a large saucepan.

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      Hmm they have some flat bottomed cast iron woks but the surface is so small so don't see how heats the sides