I am making a new stir-fried dish tonight and I have a question about adjusting temperature on the Egg.
The recipe has you start cooking the chicken on high and then switch the temperature to medium and add some items that will burn at high heat. Meanwhile the chicken continues to cook in the wok for 10-15 minutes at medium heat. I am a little worried that a high charcoal fire won't make as quick a temperature change as a gas burner. So I am thinking I may pull the chicken for a few minutes to let the wok cool down to medium and I'll add the chicken back in. To those of you who are Eggsperts on working: How fast will the Egg respond to a temperature change from high to medium (550-400 or so)? If there is a bit of a delay, how long a time should I wait for the Egg to adjust?
N.E. MassachusettsTwo Large BGEs