What if my Wok isn’t nonstick anymore?Updated 3 months ago
Your Wok’s seasoning may have deteriorated, but no big deal; we can help! Here’s what to do if you need to start building a new one:
- Place your clean, dry Wok over medium heat for a few minutes to warm up.
- Use a clean towel or paper towel to rub a few drops of a high-smoke point oil, such as canola, grapeseed, soybean, or vegetable oil, into the Wok interior.
- Continue wiping away the excess oil while it’s over the heat (your Wok surface should appear dry instead of oily or wet). It may smoke lightly, which is fine!
- Remove your Wok from the heat and allow it to cool.
For all cooking and cleaning tips for your Carbon Steel Wok, visit the Wok Use & Care Page.
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