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    PL Iron Tsuchime Wok 27cm

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    PL Iron Tsuchime Wok 27cm

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      1. Seasoning is an important step to ensure that your wok becomes non-stick, prevents rusting, and provides delicious flavor to your Asian dishes. Here are the steps to follow to properly season your wok:

      2. Wash your wok with warm, soapy water and rinse thoroughly to remove any dirt or debris.
      3. Dry your wok completely with a towel, then place it on the stove over high heat.
      4. Add a small amount of oil to the wok and swirl it around to coat the entire surface. You can use any high-smoke-point oil like vegetable oil, canola oil, or grapeseed oil.
      5. Use a paper towel or cloth to spread the oil around the surface of the wok, making sure to cover the entire inside and bottom.
      6. Heat the wok over medium-high heat until it starts to smoke again.
      7. Turn the heat off and let the wok cool down. Once it's cool enough to touch, use a paper towel or cloth to wipe off any excess oil.
      8. Repeat the process of heating the wok, adding oil, and wiping it down a few more times until the wok has a nice dark patina.
      9. Once your wok is seasoned, you can start using it to cook delicious stir-fries, fried rice, and other Asian dishes. Remember to keep it well-oiled to prevent rust and maintain its non-stick surface.
      1. Maintaining your wok is crucial to keeping it in top shape for years to come. Proper maintenance will not only help your wok retain its non-stick surface, but also prevent rusting and damage. Here are the maintenance steps to follow:

      2. Clean your wok after every use: To clean your wok, rinse it with hot water and use a soft sponge or brush to gently scrub away any food residue. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals, as these can damage the seasoning.
      3. Dry your wok completely: After washing, dry your wok with a towel or paper towel. Place it on the stove over low heat for a few minutes to ensure it's completely dry.
      4. Store your wok properly: Store your wok in a cool, dry place. Avoid stacking it with other pots and pans, as this can cause scratches and damage the seasoning.
      5. Re-season your wok as needed: Over time, the seasoning on your wok may wear off or become damaged. When this happens, you'll need to re-season it to restore its non-stick surface.
      6. Keep your wok oiled: To prevent rust and maintain the non-stick surface, keep your wok well-oiled. After cleaning, add a thin layer of oil to the surface and use a paper towel or cloth to spread it around.