Let Us WOK You Through 4 Stir-Fry Recipes

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Come and see how our cook uses his flat-bottomed wok to do wonders in the kitchen and maybe you’ll try one of these recipes on your own. Be it Asian-style, or Italian-like, it is all about stir-frying, a process where the wok and the classic pan have been fighting for some time in order to become Number One on our stovetops.

So, this time, trade your pan for the fat wok, if you didn’t already, and see what it brings new to your experience in the kitchen. Feel how dishes you previously cooked in a pan change their texture or flavor. Enter the mighty wok…

4 stir-fry recipes to “wok” up the appetite

1. Hot and Spicy Pork Mince

Care for something hearty and savory? If you do, then give a try to this combination of minced pork and spices, cooked together in a flat-bottomed wok. The mince gets a real kick from the chili, garam masala, ginger, and turmeric combined. Get creative and pair it with anything you think it’s better. You can even use it as a filling!

Hot and Spicy Pork Mince

2. Meat Tortellini With Vegetables

So you want to make meat tortellini with vegetables, right? You’ve come to the right place! We have here all the tips & tricks. The first one: cook the veggies “al dente”, so that they will still have a firm texture when you dig in. Naturally, cooking them in a wok is perfect for the task.

Meat Tortellini with Vegetables

3. Asian-Style Beef With Mushrooms and Veggies

How about the next time you crave some Chinese you don’t pick up the phone, but you pick up the wok and do it yourself? Make some Asian-style beef with mushrooms and veggies for two, so that you and your significant other can have a homey and special dinner in one? After stir-frying, all you’ll need are some chopsticks and a big appetite.

Asian-Style Beef with Mushrooms and Veggies

4. Carrot, Leek, and Beef Stir-Fry

Beef tenderloin strips are so tender and tasty, that they need the best bedfellows in the wok, to make a complete meal. So stir-fry them with leeks, bell peppers, and carrots, and sprinkle some capers and cloves in there. And don’t forget this rich tomato sauce, for an unforgettable meal.

Carrot, Leek and Beef Stir-Fry

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