The Art of Healthier Cooking with a Carbon Steel Wok

  1. Wash and dry your new wok.
  2. Heat the wok until it’s smoking hot.
  3. Add a minimal amount of high-smoke-point oil like olive or grapeseed oil.
  4. Swirl the oil to coat the entire surface.
  5. Allow the oil to smoke and cool the wok.
  6. Discard excess oil, and you’re ready to cook with minimal added fats!
  1. Vibrant Vegetable Stir-Fry: Load up on a rainbow of veggies, lean protein, and a flavourful sauce for a nutrient-packed meal that’s ready in minutes.
  2. Tofu and Broccoli Stir-Fry: Silken tofu, crisp broccoli, and a light ginger-soy sauce come together in a heart-healthy dish that’s as tasty as it is nutritious.
  1. Lean and Green Kung Pao Chicken: Trimmed of excess fat and loaded with veggies, this classic dish is a guilt-free indulgence.
  2. Lighter Mapo Tofu: Savor the numbing heat of Szechuan peppercorns in a healthier version of this beloved tofu dish, using minimal oil and lean ground meat.
  1. Quinoa Fried Rice: Swap out white rice for nutrient-rich quinoa in this wholesome take on a classic dish.
  2. Mediterranean-Inspired Wok Gyros: Load up your YOSUKATA wok with lean lamb or chicken, Mediterranean spices, and a garden of veggies for a nourishing gyro bowl.
  1. Less Oil, More Flavour: The wok’s design allows you to use less oil while preserving the delicious flavours of your ingredients.
  2. Faster Cooking, Better Nutrition: Quick cooking times in the wok ensure that your ingredients retain more of their vitamins and minerals.
  3. Balanced Meals with Ease: The wok’s versatile nature lets you create balanced meals with plenty of vegetables and lean proteins.
  4. Portion Control: Wok-cooked dishes often come in perfectly portioned servings, helping you maintain a healthy diet and avoid overeating.
  1. No Dishwasher: Never put your wok in the dishwasher; handwashing is essential for preserving its seasoning.
  2. Gentle Utensils: Use wooden or silicone utensils to prevent scratching the wok’s surface.