Made by chinese craftsmen
Peek in the chinese craftmen’s workroom
The hand hammered woks have a history of thousand years.
Hand hammering is not only a fashionable slogan. Hand-hammering changes the structure of the metal, giving it greater strength and durability than a factory made one.
The slight indentations left by the hammering pattern allow you to push cooked food to the sides of the pan, while adding ingredients to the center without them slipping.
(while stamped woks are made by cutting out a circular piece of thin carbon steel and machine-pressing it into a mold. They are completely smooth, which makes it difficult to stir-fry in them properly. )
Interested in the making-of the woks? Watch our video about how Mammafong woks are hammered