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Tefal Ultimate Non-Stick Induction Wok 28cm $69.97 (50% off) Delivered @ Myer

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This is a 50% off deal, but the RRP price is up a lot. Usually $59 after 50% off, but….get one if needed.

Tefal Ultimate Non-Stick Induction Wok 28cm

Warranty Duration: 24 months
Warranty Type: Manufacturer
Hob Type: All
Finish/Treatment: Non-stick coating
Care and Use Instructions: Dishwasher safe
Tefal Ultimate wok: Designed to last

Extreme temperature variations, intensive use, abrasive cleaning over and over… Cookware goes through a lot in a lifetime. That's why Tefal brought together all its know-how to design a wok that would last and last: Ultimate. With its extra-deep shapeideal for delicious stir-fry recipesthis wok is equipped with an ultra-resilient Titanium coating reinforced with Titanium particles for non-stick performance that lasts up to 3 times longer than Tefal's standard coating. Featuring the brand's latest induction innovation, Thermo-Fusion , Ultimate ensures fast, uniform heat distribution for evenly cooked food. All this combines with the Thermo-Signal technology that indicates the ideal starting temperature for perfect searing and full-flavoured meals. Enjoy hours of cooking with no more fear of breakage, with Ultimate.

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  • +1

    Gas rules for sure but sadly I've only been able to cook with electric cooktops - on 3 Continents now and 30+ years. Memo - get gas NEXT time!

    Anyway, for cooking with electric cooktops I've found you either use a heavy cast iron deep pan e.g. Lodge - they work well but make sure you get a deep one….

    Otherwise just buy an electric wok and they work quite well. Sunbeam make some nice ones but you'll never get close to real wok on gas… Make sure you get the ones with the biggest wattage rating and cook on MAX.

    • I've been in two houses now with a gas wok burner but the gas line isn't big enough to give you a good flame so it doesn't really do what it's supposed to. Winter time with gas heater and hot water service running makes it even worse and then there's pressure drops in the suburb because all houses are doing to same. Sometimes the local restaurants have supply issues and can't run their kitchens.

      Ended up getting a wok ring and running it off an LPG bottle.

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