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1. Wash your new wok with hot water and liquid detergent.

2. Rinse and dry thoroughly.

3. Now place on the heat and keep tilting the wok until it has all turned a blueish-yellow.

4. Add a thin film of oil to cover the entire inside of the wok and use a paper towel to make sure the whole wok is covered with a layer of oil.

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I am really getting into wok cooking but have you got any tips for me?


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http://www.tigersandstrawberries.com/2006/01/16/stir-fry-technique-ten-steps-to-better-wok-cookery/


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Do you need to use oil when you are cooking in a wok?


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