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with Grace Young
Online Class

The Art of Stir-Frying

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Sizzle your way to success as you learn how to make Chinese stir-fry with expert guidance from James Beard award-winner Grace Young. Discover essential, affordable stir-fry equipment and learn to season your wok for a natural non-stick surface. Uncover preheating and prep techniques that will increase your efficiency and organization in the kitchen and get started with a delicious vegetable stir-fry that showcases fresh ingredients at their finest. Master fried rice as Grace reveals the secrets behind this flavorful favorite and stir-fry kung pao chicken with a decadent, easy-to-make marinade. Plus, find out how to achieve the perfect sear on flank steak as you make a delectable beef and vegetable stir-fry. Harness high heat and time-honored techniques and make mealtime healthier and more satisfying than ever!


  • intermediate
  • 7 episodes
  • 2h10m

Included in this Class

1. Introduction

1. Introduction

Meet your instructor, cookbook author and chef Grace Young, and discover how cooking stir-fry at home is healthier and more flavorful than what you can find at a restaurant. Then take a tour of the various woks on the market and find out which ones will work best in your kitchen.

2. Stir-Fry Basics

2. Stir-Fry Basics

Grace will share her favorite do's and don'ts when it comes to preparing your wok for work. Learn how to season your pan, what type of oil to use, how to test whether your wok is hot enough and how to set up your stir-fry station in preparation for cooking.

3. Stir-Frying Vegetables

3. Stir-Frying Vegetables

Now that your pan is seasoned and you understand how to heat your wok, discover how to make quick and savory stir-fried spinach as Grace shows you how to correctly prep and cook your spinach. Once you've mastered this leafy delight, try your hand at a mixed-vegetable dish and you see why it's important to cook your vegetables in a particular order.