Xtrema 11″ Covered Wok Review


Much to my delight, I opened the door to a fabulous delivery a few days ago!  I am a big stir fry fan, although I have only made them in regular pans up to this point, they are a staple on our dinner menu.  To find the Xtrema 11″ Wok at my door, caused me all kinds of excitement!

My first experience with Ceramcor was the FridgeX Bakeware and Storage review that I did in June.  My first experience made a great impression on me and I have been a big fan of Ceramcor since then!  It is not an exaggeration to say it was love at first site with my new Wok!  Take a look at this beauty:

About Xtrema:   Our vision in 2012 is [still] to make our Ceramcor, Xtrema and Fridgex products the healthiest for you and our planet.  We also have and will continue to develop new and innovative ceramic products that will continue to be the safest and most versatile cooking alternatives versus metal cookware and PFOA, PTFE and the newest addition – thinly applied ceramic coated non-stick metal cookware which no company to date has published their laboratory testing results for chemical components or metal leaching.

We intend to do everything in our power to make sure that your cooking experience is the absolute best that it can be and that you will know the difference by tasting how wonderful your foods will be when prepared in our Xtrema cookware products.

I truly hope and pray that the effort that we put forth and their results will both honor and glorify God.*

Key Features:

100% GREEN, ECO Friendly
High Temperature Ceramic
Easy to Clean
Can be used on Stove Top, Oven, under Broiler, Freezer, Frig, Microwave and on Barbeque Grill.
Use Nylon, Silicone, or Wooden tools when cooking with Xtrema.
Our Ceramic Wok Seals in the foods natural juices and Enhances the Flavor.
Weight 7.12 Lbs
Wok Capacity 3.5 Qts
Wt. 7 Lbs
Botttom Diameter 7″ – Top Diameter 11.25″
Dishwasher and Microwaveable Safe: For the most convenient cooking experience.*

My  Thoughts: First of all this Wok is beautiful!  It is VERY heavy and seems like it will last a lifetime.  I have a gas stove, and cooking with the Wok was easy – I just started with a medium flame for a minute or two and then increased it for just a little until it was time to add the veggies.  Once I added them, I turned the heat down to a medium/low and everything cooked perfectly.  I have to admit, I was a little worried about clean up – I didn’t want to scratch my shiny, pretty wok, so I looked up the instructions and it stated that I would not be able to scratch the Xtrema cookware surface.  Well, that sounded kind of like a challenge so I got out the SOS pad and wiped the wok clean – and not a single scratch on the surface, no matter how hard I scrubbed!  I’m thinking that it is going to be pretty hard for me to cause any damage to this pan!

I think the heaviness of the pan takes a little getting used to, but it seemed to hold the heat well and the heat seemed to be evenly distributed throughout the pan.  I noticed that the leftovers stayed warm in the pan until we went up for seconds – which is very unusual for us.  I also like that ceramic does not leak trace metals or chemicals into the food.

Overall, I am very pleased with the Xtrema Wok and look forward to many years of healthy cooking with it!

How to Connect with Ceramcor:

Website: Xtrema Ceramic Cookware
Follow Xtrema Cookware on Twitter
Like Xtrema Healthy Cookware on Facebook
Check out the Xtrema Blog

Buy it:  You can purchase the 11″ Natural Ceramic Wok with Cover that I reviewed here for $129.99 (normally $149.99) and currently the shipping is free.

*information from www.ceramcor.com


Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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