Wok, since a long time, has enjoyed considerable success as a integral part of the culinary enterprise. Imagining a kitchen without a wok is simply impossible considering the number of recipes it can prepare for you. For the best recipes with your favorite wok, you need to have some of the very essential wok accessories. We have determined some of the essential wok accessories, which are:
Wok Rack: The wok Rack is semicircular or doughnut-shape wire rack which hangs from the sides of a wok. It can be used when there is a need to deep-fat fry the food and drain the oil completely. The Wok rack is simply efficient as it drains off the excess oil food and returns to the wok.
Steamer Rack: is very good for steaming, it holds the food over the simmering water, circulates the steam and allow the food to cook. The classic bamboo steamer is used to cook several foods at a time and has its own snug lids. The steamer rack that come along with the wok is simply flat, metal rounds that settle part way down the wok's sides.
Wire-Mesh Strainer: the wire mesh strainer is advisable to use during deep-frying. It is very helpful to remove cooked food from the hot oil and protects your hand from intense heat. Use a long-handled slotted spoon in the absence of wire-mesh strainer.
Chopsticks: these are eating utensils but are also used for stirring and cooking in oriental kitchens. But only bamboo and wooden chopsticks are used for food preparation.
Tongs: They are either of wood or metal and most commonly used in the kitchen for removing fried food or steamed food.
Bamboo Brush: it is the best utensil cleaner known as gentle Oriental scouring pad. If you don’t have one use a loofah. A bamboo brush, known as a gentle, is the perfect utensil for cleaning your wok. But you don't have one, use a loofah sponge or a nylon or plastic scrubber instead. Don't use any abrasive pad or cleaner that could damage nonstick or seasoned surfaces.