For March we highlighted the wok since I often get questions about how to use one. Woks have been an essential piece of cookware in my kitchen, which I learned from my parents since I was a child. They have a whole collection of woks of various sizes and styles… and I have cooked pretty much everything in a wok including a cake, pasta dishes, stir fry dishes and even used it as a deep fryer. This tasty tool is definitely versatile and is a great investment in your kitchen!
If you would like some great information on woks and how to use and care for them, please check out this site. Thanks to all that participated and if you missed this month, come join us for April where we’re highlighting muffin pans!
Debbie of Thyme for Nourishment
General Tso’s Shrimp
Debbie is breaking in her wok with a fabulous looking dish, General Tso’s Shrimp! It looks amazing and can be done in your trusty wok. Check out Debbie’s blog for the recipe and her thoughts after using the wok for the first time!
Christine of Kits Chow
from Vancouver BC
Christine shares with us a great dish to prepare eggplant. I love eggplant and this is one recipe I’m looking forward to making myself in my wok! Check out Christine’s blog for the details and recipe!
Elizabeth of Elizabeth’s Edible Experience
Sizzling Shrimp with Corn Relish
Not only is this dish easy to make in a wok, it’s healthy too! WE’re big shrimp fans and this dish is sure to please any shrimp lover. Check out Elizabeth’s blog for the recipe!
Shawna of Daily Deliciousness
General Tso’s Chicken
This is an amazing looking dish that Shawna’s husband, Paul, prepared. Doesn’t it look just as it would at a restaurant?! You can make this too in your wok and for the recipe, check out Shawna’s blog!
Roxanne of Tastes, Tales & Tours
This is Roxanne’s first blog submission and a great one at that! There’s something about nuts tossed into a stir fry that make them so good. Roxanne prepares this peanut chicken dish in her wok and you can get the recipe from her blog!
Cathy of Cathy’s Kitchen Journey
from New York
Steamed Chicken & Shitake Mushrooms
Aside from stir frying, a wok makes for a great steamer too! Cathy prepares this Steamed Chicken & Shitake Mushroom dish in her wok in an effort to recreate her mom’s special recipe. Check out Cathy’s blog for the recipe!
Branny of Branny Boils Over
from North Carolina
Check out Branny’s blog for a quick and easy stirfry you can prepare during a weeknight! Her stir fry is colorful and vegetarian friendly as well!
Nancy of Gaga in the Kitchen
Moo Shu Chicken
Nancy shares with us a recipe for Moo Shu Chicken, which she prepared in her wok. This is a delicious stir fry dish that’s served in a pancake instead of over rice. Check out Nancy’s blog for the recipe!
Karen of Loves to Eat Weblog
Check out Karen’s blog to read her thoughts on woks and how she uses them. She has a great tip on making omelets in a wok too!
from New York
Curry chicken is usually associated with Indian cuisine but Cathy shows us how to make it with Chinese flair! This looks incredibly delicious and you must check out her blog for the recipe!
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