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Can I use Wok in BGE ???

edited 1:50PM in EggHead Forum
I would like to know if I can fit wok in BGE.. I have read through the FAQ which call for removing cooking grid & place wok directly on coal. I think if I do this, charcoal will be deprived fresh air & cool down rapidly....


  • PujPuj Posts: 615
    Sujit Chokshi,[p]Absolutely! No need to place the wok directly on the lump. Depending on the size of the Egg and wok, you can remove the grid and set the wok on the fire ring (what I do when I use the small Egg), or set the wok on the grid (what I do when I use the large Egg).[p]Crank up the lump, get a hot fire and "wok away".[p]Puj
  • Sujit Chokshi,
    Sure can! [p]I have a high carbon steel wok I use on the egg all the time. (I make a wicked "big green curry" on the Egg!)[p]Of course you'll want to get either no handle, removable handle, or the two small side handles (I have the latter) so you can close the lid and take advatage of the convection, and radiation from the dome as well.[p]A paella pan works great on the egg as well. In fact I've had numerous requests for paella recently, so there may be some yummy rice in my weekend...[p]BTW: Sujit, did you ever get those pics of your naan cook to work on the site? I'd love to see them.[p]

  • bc,
    I am planning to fix my web page over this weekend.... Thr problem was I could not properly transfer file due to firewall at work. Stay tuned...

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