(1) Coat a wok or large skillet with cooking spray and set the pan over medium-high heat.(2) In a large wok or frying pan heat two tablespoons of oil until smoking.(3) Savitri threw into the wok six handfuls of chopped okra and stirred them around with a large metal spatula.(4) Heat the oil in a wok or frying pan until shimmering, add the beef and its marinade and stir-fry for 2min until well coloured.(5) The wok 's bowl shape increases its capacity, so you can use it to steam, braise, or deep-fry.(6) I was devastated, as, whilst I had used a wok in England, I preferred to grill or roast our food!(7) I should have realised that if just seasoning the wok seemed too onerous, the chances of me ever cooking something in it were slim.(8) This week my wife gave me a present with an ulterior motive - a cast-iron wok with a book about stir-fry cooking.(9) The round, concave shape of the wok means the whole wok becomes a cooking surface, making optimum use of the heat.(10) Then lightly grill the locusts in a wok or hot frying pan, adding a little oil and salt to taste.(11) Isabelle smacks the neck of the spatula against the metal rim of the wok , dislodging an aggregate of rice.(12) Coral poked her head around the kitchen door, setting down the wok she had been holding.(13) Heat half the sesame and groundnut oil in a wok or large frying pan until very hot.(14) Thus, a dish of meat and various vegetables stir fried in a wok is not one-pot cookery, because a wok is not a pot.(15) Isabelle tosses a quarter cup of curry into the wok and our kitchen fills with its muscular yellow pungency.(16) Goats' carcasses hung from racks in front, and black metal pots shaped like deep woks were set above charcoal fires.