Deep friers are essential as many vegetables, meats and stuffed (wonton) dumplings are fried.
Wok - Carbon steel; if using induction cooker then you have to get a flat bottom one A wok is a frying pan -- but the curved shape changes the way the food is cooked. It has a higher heat retention, and uses less cooking oil than a regular skillet. This is important for healthier sauteeing as the food can be pushed up the sides of the wok and any excess oil can drain off before it is served.
CAST IRON WOK SET ORDER HERE can be used with gas or electric range top. Set includes wok, Wood knob flat wok cover, wok ring, wok chuan (spatula)
ELECTRIC WOK WITH LID ORDER HERE stainless steel, dishwasher safe. To season, hand wash with soapy water, rinse, put in some oil and wipe around, heat up till smoking. Turn off, let it cool for several hours before washing again. Use silicone or wooden spatula's to prevent scratching.
PROPANE COOKER WITH WOK - portable, and can also be used with a DOME COMAL for Mexican frying. Make sure you get the correct size of Dome Comal for your round propane cooker. Best to be used OUTSIDE.
INDUCTION WOK with lid ORDER HERE to use with induction cooker like Nuwave. Can ALSO be used on gas stove top!!! Use wooden, nylon or silicone utensils with this. It's flat base and NON STICK, so you don't need to use as much oil. Use as stir fry, deep fry, or soup.
WOK RING ORDER HERE 8 1/4" Used to support woks when cooking on a regular range, a wok ring sits on top of your existing burner and ensures that your wok won’t slide around while you’re cooking. Wok Spatula - special curve on spatula for mixing food in wok
Steaming Ring ORDER HERE You can put this in a stock pot, accommodate 10-inch bamboo steamers, freeing up your wok to stir fry. Yakitori - A Japanese grill, available for outside use. As it's made of clay, do NOT leave outside in rain or it will disIntegrate. LARGE YAKITORI There are also electric ones for indoor use available.
Electric Fish Roaster makes it easy to roast fish and other meat or vegetables such as chops, chicken and steak, pumpkin etc. Top and bottom heating elements ensure even cooking without flipping foods.
Indoor Smoking Kettle - to use on stove top OR induction-- INDOORS or outdoors!!! SMOKING BAGS for indoor or outdoor Large Smoking Oven electric Hot Pot - some have split sections so two different soups/sauces can be cooked at same time. It's like a Chinese Fondue. Put tableside, a broth is simmering, and one can add a variety of vegetables, noodles Sizzling Platter - Cast iron with wooden base, heated and then brought tableside to fry meats and fish - also used as a fajita or saganaki pan. Clay Pots - like a casserole dish, but meant for stove top cooking. The clay pot is saturated with water before cooking and the porous material allows a slow evaporation of steam. As wet clay does not reach the same temperatures as metal, dishes cooked in a clay pot require higher temperatures and longer cooking times. Great for BIBIMBAP- premium ceramic
MEXICAN SPANISH KITCHEN
Fajita Pan - also used as a sizzling plate in Oriental cooking or as a Saganaki pan in Greek cooking. Cast Iron Pans Paella Pan Mini Paella Pans- for individual servings & tapas Paella Spoon Paella Tripod - If you plan on making paella the truly authentic way— outside, over an open fire—then you will need a paella tripod. This forged steel stand allows you to place the paella pan over the flames without having to use any type of cooking grate. It is also handy for serving the paella at the dinner table or on a buffet
There are DOME COMAL'S that can be used on kitchen stove, campfire, or a propane COMAL GRILL. Tamale Steamer - These steamers are available in different materials like stainless steel, aluminum, and even galvanized metal. Some even come with different levels to hold large quantities of tamale, with sieve plates separating the layers. Churro Maker Blender - for making frozen drinks Immersion Blender so you can blend right in your pot on the stove. Food Mill - used to purée soft foods like steamed vegetables like peeling tomatoes. You can also use a SIEVE and push the food through with a spoon. Terra Cotta Cazuelas - glazed inside which distributes the heat evenly and are often used for slow cooking in the oven and on top of the stove. Olla de Hierro – Traditional Stew Pot
Thermometer - indoor and grilling Torch - for desserts Bloomin' Onion Toaster Toaster Oven Gratin Baking Dish Blenders Food Processor Magic Bullet Kitchen Aid Hand Mixer - Hand Held CAST IRON PANS - for grilling, campfires or stove top/baking Nu Wave Steamer If you thought Indian cooking was all about oil and frying, think again! Try and get your hands on a steamer that has several compartments. That way you can cook rice and steam fish and a veggie at the same time…meal-in- one! Induction Cooktops Induction Heat Plate - Use with induction cooktop WITH your ordinary pans (doesn't have to be induction ready pans!!), also there are plain heat plates for even cooking on electric stoves as well. Stainless steel version is for gas stoves. AKA Heat Diffuser Plates Microwave Electric Skillets Electric Knife Electric Griddle Hot Plate Chafing Dishes Electric Oven French Fry Cutter Deep Fryer
Saganaki Plate - on wooden holder, to flambe and serve hot Briki Coffee Pot - made from copper is a stove top pot for thick rich Greek Coffee Deep Fryer - for Calamari and vegetables, other seafood and fish
(to make all kinds of sausages, including VEGETARIAN)
Food Processor - to blend things quicker than using a motar & pestle Coffee Grinder - just like a mortar and pestle but much more convenient for grinding larger quantities of dry spices finely, a coffee grinder allows for batches of spices to be pre- prepared and stored. Deep Fryer - especially to fry Samosa's Mangal Grill - open air (no lid) grill Heavy-bottomed Pots and Pans in Different Sizes A griddle-type pan for roasting/pan- frying bread; Steamer If you thought Indian cooking was all about oil and frying, think again! Try and get your hands on a steamer that has several compartments. That way you can cook rice and steam fish and a veggie at the same time…meal-in- one! a deep frying pan; deep and flat saucepans with covers for making curries and vegetable dishes, large crepe pan (for dosas). Large Wok The Indian version of a wok is called a karahi or kadhai. A heavy wok will work just as well as a karahi/ kadhai if you don’t have one. Small karahis/kadhais (which often come with their own wooden/metal stands) are great for serving food at the table as they make for an authentic Indian look and feel. Pressure Cooker Indian dishes are best cooked in this handy utensil. It speeds up the cooking process and is perfect for cooking foods in the “dum style” (pressure cooking foods in their juices).