The best carbon steel wok
☑ Suitable for all types of plates
☑ All types of cooking can be carried out
☑ Easy to clean by hand and in the dishwasher
☑ Ergonomic wooden handle
☑ Perfect for looking after your diet
☑ Free with your first purchase: 20 quick and healthy recipes
- Type of coating : Anti-adhesive
- Diameter: 32 cm
- Main material : Carbon steel
- Coating Material: Natural
- Compatible with : Induction, Electric, Gas, Glass ceramic
- Lid : Any
- Capacity : 2-6 people
- Certifications : EU / CE / CIQ
If you order your wok this morning, we'll give you access to a digital manual with 20 amazing recipes to make with your carbon steel wok set. You'll find healthy and easy recipe ideas without leaving home, for your children to enjoy!
Would you like to discover another item to prepare your future dishes in the kitchen? This professional induction wok will satisfy your needs! You can also discover more models in the induction wok category of our site.
Are you looking for a wok that fits in with your cooking equipment? The Kumichi is suitable for all types of cookers. Whether it's an electric, induction, gas or ceramic hob, this wok will fit easily into your home!
Equipped with conduction technology, the Kumichi will offer you a more even heating without destroying the goodness in your ingredients. No more excuses to make your favourite dishes with ease! Do you prefer Asian recipes, grilled prawns or grilled chicken? No matter, with the Kumichi you won't miss any dish.
Do you like to simmer your food and give your children a taste sensation? Perhaps you prefer to sauté your meats and vegetables over high heat to make them even better? The Kumichi will handle all cooking styles with ease. In addition, its optimal handle will offer you the comfort you need to handle your wok properly.
What could be more enjoyable than creating great food? Let yourself be lured into a new kind of cooking. This carbon steel wok is the perfect ally to vary your dishes and take on new adventures with pleasure. Ready to take on new culinary challenges?