Seasoning a Wok | How to Season A Wok | Salt Method | Seasoning the New Wok

Now you start the seasoning process. It involves no oil, so you don't have to worry about an accidental fire (which can happen when you are seasoning a wok using the electric burner stove top method). However, you are heating the wok to a very high temperature and you will have a quantity of VERY hot salt in the wok. EXERCISE CAUTION. The salt doesn't show it, but it is extremely hot when you use this way of how to season a wok. The result will be perfection!

The instructions here are for seasoning new steel or iron woks or re-seasoning steel or iron woks that have rusted or been disused for a long time. You can also clean and re-season a wok at any time, if it needs it. If you have a non-stick or electric wok, then DO NOT use these methods!

Seasoning a Wok | How to Season A Wok | Salt Method | Seasoning the New Wok | Add the Salt

Now, add at least about 1 cup of table salt to the hot wok. You may want to add more salt if you have a large wok. For a 12 to 14 inch wok, seasoning a wok works well with only about 1 cup of salt.…

Seasoning a Wok | How to Season A Wok | Salt Method | Seasoning the New Wok | Turning the Salt

Once the salt is added to the hot wok, keep turning and moving it in the wok for a few minutes until it is good and hot. Before the salt gets heated up, you don't need to worry much about what you…

Seasoning a Wok | How to Season A Wok | Salt Method | Seasoning the New Wok | Final Step

The final step of seasoning a wok with the salt method is just to let it cool a bit and oil the wok with a thin coating of oil. When the 20 minutes of pressing, rubbing and turning the hot salt in…

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