How to Cook with a Wok | Mixing it up! Grilling.

Another great method for dealing with too much food to cook in your wok, is to cook ingredients you would normally cook in the wok on the grill or on the bbq. For example, you could take many of the one-pot wok recipes here and pull ingredients from the wok cooking and shift them to grill cooking. Sometimes how you cook with a wok is by not using the wok at all!

You can easily grill jumbo prawns quickly on the grill on skewers. You can easily grill bell peppers. Grill the wok ingredients that lend themselves to the grill cooking techniques and then either serve them mixed into the wok recipes at the end of cooking, or serve them with the wok meal on the platter but not directly mixed into the wok meal.

When we've had to prepare large amounts of food, we've done this by grilling on more than one occasion. Grilling up some boneless skinless chicken breasts to 98% of fully cooked when you pull them off the grill and then quickly cutting them and tossing them into the wok during the final seconds of the cooking of the wok ingredients finishes off the cooking of the chicken and blends the ingredients together - but you never had the raw chicken cooking in the wok at all.

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