The Power of a Wok

Everytime I see a wok, the first thing that comes to mind is delicious Stir Fry. But apparently you can make soups, steamed meats or vegetables, and boil pasta in the pan.

Over at The Splendid Table, Chef Ming Tsai shares the power of the wok and how versatile it can be. Soup seems to be the ideal food for making in the wok, because you can cook it faster than with a traditional pot:

You add your stock, you bring it to a simmer and you let it simmer. Because the top of the wok has a great surface area, it can reduce quickly for you.

Because of the concave bottom, the wok is also great for frying. You’ll use less oil.

Maybe it’s time to dust off that wok?

From stir-frying to making soup, 6 ways to use a wok | The Splendid Table

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Welcome to Things That Make You Go Vroom — a blog dedicated to Automotive Enthusiasm, Love of Food and Home Decor. My name is Frank and I have teamed up with my best friend Charlie to bring a blog that is close to our hearts. Cars, Food and Home Decor. Now you might be thinking how lame this is, two grown men talking about guy stuff. But rest assured, that this blog will be far from lame. Our goal is to educate and entertain. We will be bringing car buying tips, car reviews ranging from affordable sports cars to my favorite, minivans. We will also be talking about food, from enjoying your veggies to marinating meats. And last but not least, home decor. Yes! Two grown men, talking about interior design. Hope you guys enjoy what we bring to the interwebs. Frank & Charlie.

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