As the subject line says, I'm doing my first wok cook tonight. Sandbagger was nice enough to hook me up with one of his wok rings and a basic wok at Eggtoberfest.[p]I'm doing a really simple recipe using Bone Suckin' Yaki, thin slices of chicken breast, bean sprouts, onion, water chestnuts, broccoli, and some spices. The recipe is from the Bone Suckin' Sauce website, and the directions are for cooking in a saute pan over medium heat. Obviously I'm going to want to cut the cooking times drastically when doing this recipe in the wok.[p]So, how hot do I get the Wok? And how will I know when it's hot enough if I'm cooking with the lid open? Do I warm the wok with the Egg open, or do I only open it for the cook time itself?[p]The recipe suggests browning the chicken in 2 tbsp of olive oil, along with the onion. Then it says to add the bean sprouts and water chestnuts, allow to simmer for several minutes, then add broccoli and simmer a while longer. So, should I follow this same basic order for adding the ingredients, and just realize that the cooking times will be far shorter?[p]Thanks in advance!