"Tegame Wok"

Copper WOK with Lid

"Tegame Wok"


Italy
14.2 inches
Copper
Copper
361-36C

Made To Order - Ships in 7-10 days

$680.00


Copper WOK with Lid


Our beautiful and 100% hand-made copper Wok is a testament of what true Italian craftsmanship is capable of creating from a single sheet of pure copper after countless steps of manual processes.
 
Very few pieces of cooking equipment represent centuries-old traditions and cooking techniques like the WOK and since the Wok is both a pot and a pan, it is perfect for an almost endless variety of dishes. Creating this century-old kitchen staple with highest quality materials and old-world craftsmanship will provide you with ultimate cooking performance and results.
 
Our large 14.2" copper Wok is perfect for all kind of tasks such as Quick stir-frying, deep-frying, steaming or even frying at high temperatures. Whether you are preparing Asian dishes, stir-fry noodle or rice dishes, Meat dishes such as sliced or diced meats, deep-fry meats, vegetables, fruit, pasta, soups, etc - this Wok is up for the task.
 
 
100% Hand-Crafted to resemble traditional Asian Wok style:
 
Hand-crafted in the Navarini workshop in northern Italy, our large 14.2" Copper Wok resembles the traditional and more efficient design of Asian Wok's with the lid resting inside the WOK body rather than on the rim. Hence, ensuring a more efficient heat retention & circulation inside the large dome-shaped copper lid.
 
 
2.5mm thick, pure high-quality copper:
 
The copper used for the Wok is pure copper with a thickness of 2.5mm making this copper Wok equally suitable on gas as well as electric, glass or ceramic stoves. 
 
 
No unwanted hot-spots, air-pockets or loss of efficiency:
 
The base of the Navarini Wok will never create any unwelcome hot-spots, air-pockets or lose any of its superior heat conductivity as it is made from one sheet of copper. 
 
The copper used for our products will never create so-called inefficient air-pockets in the base that would allow heat to concentrate on one spot creating unwelcome hot-spots over time. The thermal heat conductivity as well as heat retention will not only be superior to stainless steel or aluminum cookware but will retain its high level of efficiency throughout the lifetime of your Navarini copper cookware.
 
 
Exceptional heat conductivity and retention:
 
Copper conducts heat twice as fast as aluminum cookware, 5 times faster compared to cast iron and over 25 times faster than stainless steel cookware. This time difference becomes very obvious when it comes to heating up or changing the temperature during the cooking process. Changing the temperature on your stove translates into an immediate change in temperature in your copper cookware allowing cooking, brown or braising to perfection.
 
 
Pure brass handles secured with pure copper rivets:
 
Our copper Wok features a large handle on either side of the Wok as well as one handle on the dome-shaped lid. We only use high-quality brass handles on any of our copper products as well as only secure them with pure copper rivets. The body handles are secured with 3 copper rivets each while the lid handle is secured with 2 copper rivets.
 
 
Hand-hammered for enhanced durability and structure:
 
The Wok including the lid is entirely hand-hammered. Hand-hammered copper cookware adds strength and enhances the structure & durability of the material. In addition, hand-hammered characterizes true craftsmanship.
 
 
High quality, non-reactive & renewable tin-lining:
 
We only use high quality, 100% pure and non-reactive tin-lining for our copper products. The advantage is that the heat conductivity of the tin-lining corresponds perfectly with the copper. Hence, translates desired changes of cooking temperature immediately to the food allowing much more cooking control and better results. Compared to other coating materials, our tin-lining can easily be renewed as often as desired and your cookware can be handed to the next generation.
 
 
High level of heat tolerance:
 
Our copper cookware including the non-reactive and renewable tin-lining has a high heat tolerance of up to 450 Fahrenheit (230 Celsius). One of the reasons why our copper cookware is preferred by professional chefs around the world.
 
 
Packed in a beautiful "Bottega Navarini" cloth bag:
 
As most of our larger copper products, our copper Wok will arrive packed in a beautiful blue "Bottega Navarini" cloth bag. Not only a fitting bag for our beautiful copper products but already treasured by our customers as a sign of an original Navarini. 
 
Crafted by hand in the Navarini family workshop of Ravina, Italy.
 
Product Dimensions & Weights:
 
- Wok complete weight incl. lid: 8.4lbs (3.8Kg)
- Wok body weight without lid: 6.4lbs (2.9Kg)
- Wok lid weight: 2.0lbs (0.9Kg)
 
- Total Height incl. lid: 8.25" (21cm)
- Total Width incl. handles: 18.625" (47.30cm)
- WOK body width top: 14.2" (36cm)
- WOK base (heat contact) width: 6.25" (15.90cm)
- WOK lid width: 13" (33cm)
- WOK lid height: 5" (12.7cm)


FEATURES


- 14.2"
- pure copper
- copper thickness: 2.5mm
- exceptional heat conductivity and retention
- absolute even heat distribution
- pure high quality, nonreactive & renewable tin-lining
- 2 large pure brass handles each secured with 3 copper rivets
- including large dome-shaped lid
- lid rests inside the wok (not on rim) to ensure efficient heat retention & circulation
- lid features 1 brass handle secured with 2 copper rivets
- ideal for use on gas, electric, glass, and ceramic
- oven safe up to 450 Fahrenheit (230 Celsius)
- hand-hammered for enhanced durability and structure
- packed and shipped in our original "Bottega Navarini" cloth bag
- 100% hand-crafted in the Navarini workshop in Ravina, Italy
 
Product Dimensions & Weights:
 
- Wok complete weight incl. lid: 8.4lbs (3.8Kg)
- Wok body weight without lid: 6.4lbs (2.9Kg)
- Wok lid weight: 2.0lbs (0.9Kg)
- Total Height incl. lid: 8.25" (21cm)
- Total Width incl. handles: 18.625" (47.30cm)
- Wok body width top: 14.2" (36cm)
- Wok base (heat contact) width: 6.25" (15.90cm)
- Wok lid width: 13" (33cm)
- Wok lid height: 5" (12.7cm)


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FAQ


What dishes can you prepare in a Wok?
 
Since the wok is both a pot and a pan, you can cook an almost endless variety of dishes in it:
 
- Asien dishes
- Stir-fry, noodle or rise dishes
- Meat dishes such as sliced or diced meats
- Deep-fry
- Soups
- and much more
 
 
How to cook in a Wok?
 
Quick stir-frying:
 
When stir-frying, small pieces of food are quickly fried in some oil. All the ingredients are constantly stirred using a wooden utensil.
 
Cut the ingredients into thin sticks, slices or small cubes. Add some oil to the wok, and fry the ingredients in it, turning them constantly with a wooden utensil. The concave shape of the wok makes it easy to turn food quickly. Start by frying the food that takes the longest and keep adding the ingredients depending on their cooking time so that when you end everything finished cooking by then.
You may also choose to fry each ingredient separately and combine everything in the wok once each is cooked.The concave shape of the wok makes it easy to turn food quickly. Start by frying the food that takes the longest and keep adding the ingredients depending on their cooking time so that when you end everything finished cooking by then.
 
You may also choose to fry each ingredient separately and combine everything in the wok once each is cooked.
Add pastes or dried and soaked mushrooms right to the hot oil for the fullest aroma, aromatic oils such as sesame oil are added at the end of your cooking.
 
Add pastes or dried and soaked mushrooms right to the hot oil for the fullest aroma, aromatic oils such as sesame oil are added at the end of your cooking.
 
Deep-frying:
 
Thanks to the half-sphere shape and large surface area, our Navarini WOK is perfect for deep-frying, even when handling large quantities of food. This cooking method gives food a delicious crispy coating on your fried food and a juicy inside. To deep-fry,  fill the wok at most one-third full with oil and heat it. Only use high-heat cooking oil or vegetable fats.  
 
You can check the temperature by inserting a wooden spoon into the oil- handle first - should you see bubbles starting to rise from the spoon handle your frying process can began. Be careful when inserting food into the hot oil- always place the food away from you into the oil. Be aware not to crowd your oil with foo much food- this will bring the temperature of your oil down and your food will soak in the oil rather than being fried in it.
 
Turn the pieces during the deep-frying process. When your food appears done, remove it with a strainer skimmer. Place your food on a plate layered with paper towels to drain.
 
Never use a lid when deep-frying, and never heat the oil/grease to a temperature of over 392 F / 200 C.
 
Steaming:
 
Steaming allows the ingredients to retain maximum authentic flavour. This gentle cooking method retains the nutritional value of food. It is a popular method because of this, and also because it is simple and produces appetising-looking food. There is a wide range of steamed dishes from ginger chicken through to vegetable dumplings. Steaming is a great way of producing new culinary delights.


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