Scanpan Classic Stir Fry Pan : Shaped like a wok but with a fry pan's stick handle, this clever stir-fry pan comes with a semicircular stainless steel rack that hooks securely over the rim. As pieces of meat and vegetables finish cooking at the bottom of the pan, place them on the rack to stay warm while remaining food cooks. A helper handle makes it easy to lift. The 11" size is great for one to two servings. The 12 1/4" size is perfect for three to four servings. The 14" size is ideal for five to six servings. Made in Denmark. Full lifetime warranty. Product Features Patented ceramic-titanium nonstick technology consistently wins top nonstick cookware ratings from leading consumer publications Extra-thick pressure-cast 100% recycled aluminum base ensures excellent heat distribution with no hot spots and superior heat retention Ideal for frying without added fat, and for searing, browning, deglazing, and making sauces Patented spring-lock handle stays cool during normal stovetop use Engineered for use on all types of cooktops, including halogen and ceramic (excluding induction) Metal utensils will not damage nonstick coating Oven safe to 500 F Will not warp, peel, blister or crack Handles guaranteed not to loosen Provides perfect food release every time Pan base heats up fast and evenly Dishwasher-safe Includes Semi-circular stainless-steel rack 14" wooden cooking chopsticks Illustrated instruction booklet
I've used the Scanpan products for years and love them. I've been experimenting with stir-frying recently and it was frustrating both with the cheap stainless steel traditional wok that my husband had purchased (too lightweight and the heat wasn't distributed well) and with the saute pan (too small). With the Scanpan wok, it's wonderful -- the pan stays put (where the cheap stainless steel one moved all over the place when I'd try to stir stuff), the heat is well distributed since it sits squarely on the burner (compared to the traditional wok with the round bottom and the ring), and the 14" size was large enough to accommodate everything I wanted to stir-fry.