Product Type: Ken Hom Crockery
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Ken Hom Wok
Member Name: headsore
Ken Hom Wok
Date: 14/11/11, updated on 20/11/11 (10 review reads)
Advantages: Great looking & cooks well
Disadvantages: nothing really
We bought our Ken Hom Wok at the beginning of this year. We bought it from a mail order catalogue and paid around £22 for it and it arrived very quickly and nicely packaged. Our last one was a cheap one from Asda and did not last very long at all.
This one also comes with a great spatula and a nice tight fitting lid which does not wobble at all, though to be honest we tend not to use the lid that often, preferring to keep it oncovered. We mainly use the wok for cooking stir fries as it is nice and deep (31cm) and we find that this holds the food great and it does not move up and over the sides as we cook like some of the more shallow woks or ordinary pans can do.
It is very easy to keep it clean and we always hand wash it in hot soapy water though I believe you can actually put this in a dishwasher if you want to. We leave it to hang up on it's little hook to dry from the hanger in the kitchen near the door, as we think this is more hygienic than using a teatowel.
We actually love the design of this wok as it does look very stylish we think and it goes well with the decor in our kitchen. Guests have commented on how shiny it looks and it washes up like new every time we have used it and does not have any marks or scratches on it at all. It cooks to perfection every time - what more can you ask for?
This review is also published on Ciao under name of sorehead.
Summary: really recommended
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