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The History of the Chinese Wok

Published on 3/26/2019
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The Flaming Wok

The Chinese Wok is said to have Originated in China over 2,000 years ago, however some argue it was much more like around 1,000 BC to 600 AD. None the less this round-bottomed pan is a versatile kitchen accessory found in most Asian cultures. 

The Wok is found in many Industrialized countries including Vietnam, Korea, Japan, India Thailand and Laos. This includes most of Southeast Asia and East Asia. 

You may not know how much you can do with the versatile round bottom Wok. This is one cooking aid that can take the place of many current pots and pans you have in your kitchen:

The Wok can stir fry, steam, broil, deep fry, make soup, searing, braising, boiling, frying, poaching, smoking, roasting and more. Just be creative with this Ancient pan. A Great addition to any kitchen.

The Wok is made of Carbon Steel or Cast Iron, the latter preferd by traditional cooks and chefs. Some newcomers are made of Aluminum, non-stick and now ceramic that will go from the stove to the fridge. Some disagree the versatile wok is a Chinese invention.

Since the Wok is used in India, Thailand, Khmer, Vietnam, Laos, Maylay Peninsula it is not certain who to accredit with it's Origin. The truth is this round bottom pan can now be found in most Idustrialized Countries.

When, where and how the Wok came to be is a matter if history and research. Try addiing this very useful and versatile pan to your kitchen and try out your own recipes...Bill Arnold.

The Flaming Wok

 

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