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Blue Carbon Steel Wok

Designed for rapid movement and high heat, the Wok has a flat base to be optimized for all stovetops.
  • Made in France
  • Superior Heat Control
  • Naturally Non Stick
  • Compatible with Gas, Electric, and Induction Cooktops
  • Lifetime Warranty

Our Carbon Steel combines the heat retention of cast iron with the control and maneuverability of Stainless Clad, resulting in a natural non stick alternative. To craft the Wok, French artisans stamp Carbon Steel into a thin disc that’s half the weight of cast iron but every bit as durable. It seasons faster, responds quicker, and is light enough for tossing.

This means you can achieve wok hei, a signature smoky flavor that’s essential to Chinese wok cooking, and use less oil for healthy weeknight stir-fry.

Instead of a traditional rounded base, the Wok has a flat bottom perfected for home stoves including induction, gas and electric. Its conical shape provides maximum heat contact so you can caramelize sauce in an instant and sear proteins at extreme heat. See how this chef-loved pan will replace cast iron as your favorite kitchen heirloom.

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Designed with and loved by

World Renowned Chefs

Carbon Steel gets crazy hot on the stovetop and will give you the perfect sear for your steaks.
Tom Colicchio
Founder of Crafted HospitalityNew York, NY
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Carbon Steel gets so hot and can hold heat better than anything.
Edgar Rico
Nixta TaqueriaAustin, TX
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The Made In pans are well made, heavy duty, conduct heat, and are a joy to cook with.
Nancy Silverton
Chef of Mozza, Co-Owner of Mozza Restaurant GroupLos Angeles, CA
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Professional grade, lifetime quality

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Long lasting quality starts with the best materials and our expert manufacturers. With the right upkeep and maintenance, our Carbon Steel cookware is designed to last generations.

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