Ready, Set, Stir-fry
This essential stovetop cooking technique offers endless possibilities for quick weeknight meals.
No wok? No worries!
The high sides of a wok make it the ideal cooking vessel for stir-frying lots of ingredients, but you can still get good results from a large cast-iron skillet instead.
Prep like a pro
For the best results, chop your ingredients into uniform pieces so they cook evenly. And make sure everything is measured and by the stove before you start— the cooking moves quickly.
Turn up the heat
A high flame is a cornerstone of stir-frying. Get your pan good and hot so the vegetables have a tender-crisp texture in the finished dish.