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Master Class Professional Non-Stick Carbon Steel Induction-Safe Wok, 30 cm (12 inch)
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- Extremely heavy-duty wok made of carbon steel with an extra-long riveted handle
- It's strong enough for commercial use
- Premium-grade non-stick - so tough you can use metal utensils
- It's easy to achieve that authentic smokey stir-fry flavour
- Dishwasher safe, oven safe and compatible with induction hobs
- Includes 10 years Master Class guarantee
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When cooking becomes serious business.
Designed for exceptional performance and maximum durability to meet the demands of a professional chef and commercial kitchens.
Master Class Professional Non-Stick Carbon Steel Induction-Safe Wok (30 cm)
With its 2 mm-thick heavy-gauge carbon steel construction and premium-grade non-stick coating, the 30 cm Master Class Professional Non-Stick Carbon Steel Induction-Safe Wok is tough enough for even the busiest kitchen environments. It’s even safe for use with metal utensils.
It’s ideal for commercial kitchens, as well as committed home chefs who want to cook reliably delicious Asian dishes. And it’s designed to last for years.
At 30 cm (12 inches), this wok is a great all-rounder. It’s ideal for generous mains, smaller sides and individual ingredients.
- Measures 30 cm (12 inches)
- Oven safe to temperatures as high as 250 degrees Celsius / 482 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Riveted handle features an integral hanging loop for convenient storage.
- Dishwasher safe
Carbon Steel Design – For Extra Strength and That Authentic Taste
This 30 cm wok is manufactured from the highest quality 2 mm thick carbon steel, so it's really durable, and thin enough to absorb and distribute heat to your food. Plus, with its extra-long riveted handle, it’s guaranteed to stay in one piece – even with regular, rigorous use.
Carbon steel is great for cooking at high temperatures too. This makes it perfect for woks – it’s really easy to achieve that authentic, smoky 'wok hei' taste at home.
Durable non-stick coating
Removing your food from this wok is so easy – whether you've been cooking a simple fried rice or sticky lemon chicken. It features a highly durable non-stick coating, so there's no need to struggle with utensils to remove your food.
Here’s the secret – the non-stick coating has been impregnated with particles of stainless steel to enhance its durability. This means you can use metal utensils, which is great if you want scoop up servings of stir fry with a metal cooking spoon.
Compatible heat sources – 100 per cent induction safe
With its carbon steel construction, this wok is compatible with most heat sources. You can use it on induction, gas, ceramic, halogen, solid plate and electric hobs.
You can place it in your oven too, which is ideal for keeping cooked foods warm.
Master Class Professional Induction-Safe Woks
Looking for a slightly smaller version of this wok? Or a larger wok for those bigger meals?
Why not give the 24 cm (MCCWOK1) (pictured) or the 35.5 cm non-stick carbon steel wok (MCCWOK3) a try? Both are available from the Master Class collection.
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Top Customer Reviews
So having used it quite frequently for six weeks, it is still the same as when it first arrived. Non stick still in place, all working fine. Heats up very quickly, although I am using a 3.3kw wok burner ... but still, much quicker than a standard frying pan. Meat flash-fries almost instantly, everything else perfect too.
The wok itself is very sturdily built, and therefore a bit on the heavy side. Also as the handle is metal, I have found if I don't have the wok centred on the burner the handle can heat up, but that's easily solved by having the wok in the correct place on the gas hob
It does say dishwasher safe, but I wash it with warm/hot water only and pad dry with a towel. Hoping it stays like this for many stir-fries to come.
>> UPDATE << It's been TWO YEARS and the wok is in the same condition I bought it in, completely non-stick. It has been used (and possibly abused) on a weekly basis, including cooking Vietnamese Caramel Ginger Chicken, a dish that had rendered one of my previous woks useless. Furthermore I now use it on a proper 7kw wok burner.
So I would normally say "I would buy this again" ... except I won't need to.
Cannot recommend this highly enough.
Our first wok was a wedding present in 1996. A Ken Hom one. It was good. So when finally the non-stick started to stick, we bought another. For reasons best known to themselves, the manufacturers appear now to be using what can only be described as non-non-stick. In other words, it was completely useless after only a couple of occasions.
My quest for a truly non-stick and robust (i.e. usable) wok began. I've tried my fair share. Even those which you oil, burn, re-oil and burn again. All to no avail.
After much research, it appeared that this Kitchen Craft wok might, actually, do the trick. So I took a chance and bought one.
Sadly, there aren't many products these days which do what they're supposed to. This one is a very welcome exception.
Sturdy (with properly-attached handles), solid (this pan won't dent the first time you knock it against the kitchen tap) and, best of all, genuinely non-stick.
Others report that the pan lasts for many years, and based on my use of it so far I've no doubt that it will.
My conclusion? Don't waste time and effort on other products. Just buy one of these. You'll be glad you did!
It is, quite simply, the perfect wok. Best I've ever had... Although, in fairness, all my woks have always been inexpensive. However this makes me feel as if I'd spent £100's, and I just haven't this time either.
Three months of use... And I'm starting to wonder how many years or perhaps decades will pass until I need to buy a new one. Great in my induction hob. I've been careful, but some very occasional errors, like gentle metal utensil use, have been made. It still looks in excellent condition.
What is the best about it? In a couple of occasions I cooked with not a single drop of oil! Not a problem! Amazing!
I've used this Wok for 2 months. Non-stick is still non-stick. Looks quite new in fact.
My wife find it a little heavy after making curry. But stir frying greens is fine. Keeps the oil from jumping out. The flat bottom fits our electric hob.
The weight of the wok is 1.5 kg.
The bottom diameter is 18cm and the Diameter of the wok is not 30cm but 31cm. This is probably to ensure your 30cm lids will fit within the wok and not over.
The Handle is 20cm at an angle of 25 Degrees.
The sides has enough grip to hold food while I make the sauce in the middle.
Overall very happy. The other reviews convinced me to buy this over the new ceramic woks and the expensive Tefal Jamie Oliver non sticks.
It is solid and if you were cooking for several people the weight of the wok and the food may cause some people issues. However I only cook for myself and I have no problem with the weight. I believe quality cookware and induction cookware (I use an induction hob) does tend to be heavier.
The non-stick surface is not like any I have experienced before. It's like magic. It feels very integrated into the body rather than being a coating. The first time I washed it the water poured out leaving the inside bone dry (there are some droplets left after washing now that oil has been in it). Food really doesn't stick even at high temperature.
People say you can't get a non-stick wok hot enough for oriental cooking - I don't agree.
Cooking for one I find the flat area a little big, but I don't think that reduces the cooking quality, and if you are cooking for several that would be all to the good I guess.
I perceived what I made yesterday to taste different to how it did in my old wok, and an improvement to what was already delicious before.
I bought this wok to replace my much used old one (that happened to work on induction, I used it twice every week for years) that had warped. I've dumped it.
I'm in love with my new wok.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for cooking.
Little heavier than you would expect, but well worth it.
Does everything its claims to on the tin, will buy again. After a few months of use this still looks brand new, & it is used daily for all meals.Published 4 days ago by CycleJuice
Far superior to other woks I have owned. Was a little concerned about getting a smaller size than previously, but this is plenty big enough to do a chicken stir fry or beef... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mrs M Jones
Great quality and expecting great things. This looks sturdy and arrived quickly. Replaced a top notch wok that eventually retired knackered. This looks better still.Published 15 days ago by noisydog