Can you cook anything in a wok?
Look beyond stir-frying.
Dunlop says: “The wok is not only for stir-frying—it’s used for pretty much everything.
You can also use it for boiling and making stews, or even as a smoker—you cover the base of the wok with several layers of foil, and then you put some sugar and tea leaves and some flour.
What can you cook in a wok besides stir fry?
8 New Things to Cook in a Wok
- Beyond Stir-Fry. If you don’t already own a wok, we highly recommend you get one!
- Steam Fish and Vegetables.
Why do you cook in a wok?
A wok has numerous advantages over the frying pan. It distributes heat more evenly, requires less oil, and ensures that food tossed during stir-frying lands back in the pan and not on the stove.
How do you use a wok?
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Is cooking with a wok healthy?
Stir-frying is a fast way to cook small pieces of food in a hot pan or wok. In addition to being quick and easy, stir-frying is also healthy. It results in tender-crisp vegetables that retain more nutrients than if they were boiled. And since stir-frying requires only a small amount of oil, the fat content is low.
Can I cook pasta in a wok?
MT: When you boil pasta, you can use a wok. With the Italian ratio and the Chinese as well, you want at least five times water to the amount of pasta you’re boiling. You can absolutely achieve that with a wok.