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I ended up tossing my wok for my large as I did not like to wok or ever use it. But when I got the Mini wok I fry fish, shrimp, oysters, onion rings etc. I wok the asian stuff. Have used it for fajitas.
Just saying with the 10" I use it all the time for lots of things
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You might get some ideas from this video I put together.
Spring "Wok In The Park" Chicken
Spring Texas USA
I usually do the Singapore street noodle (mei fun) with chicken and shrimp, bamboo shoots, baby corn and water chestnuts, with a side of mongolian beef on the wok. All spicy as hell with sriracha and sambal olek.
Large and Small BGE, and a baby black Kub.
And all the toys to make me look like a Gizmo Chef.
I usually do the Singapore street noodle (mei fun) with chicken and shrimp, bamboo shoots, baby corn and water chestnuts, with a side of mongolian beef on the wok. All spicy as hell with sriracha and sambal olek.Yummy.
@Dog_eggerton, the thing in the first picture the Wok is sitting on, it seems to reduce the amount of lump you use?
I fry, but only in the Mini wok.
This was some guy at the Texas Fest in Austin. Some of the best chicken I have had.
In the 10" for the Mini I fry all the time.