Category Archives: wok cooking

Wok Steamed Chicken & Mushrooms

Wok Steamed Chicken and Mushrooms is a simple, healthy and tasty dish to start your New Year Resolution right and you will be rewarded with loads of compliments!  There’s very little prep time and considering it’s only 2 main ingredients: organic chicken thighs and oyster mushrooms, it oozes with natural flavors. It’s a very typical…



Stuffed Squash a la Wok Star Style

The three elements to delicious food are flavor, texture, color in that order and this Stuffed Squash a la Wok Star style is the perfect dish! Impress your friends with this dish… TECHNIQUE IS KEY… So, I wanted to do a festive dish for the holidays and of course squash came to mind. I love…



How to Tame a Smoky Wok

Six reasons why your cast iron wok gets smoky and how to tame it! I’m only referring to the lightweight cast iron woks that folks have purchased from me, so you’ll know what to do. No cause for alarm. Here are possible reasons why smoking can happen… 1.  fermented ingredients like tamari when it touches…



Cooking with Wok Star Video, Dr. Eric’s Chicken Bok Choy Stir Fry

COOKING WITH WOK STAR VIDEOS Showcasing YOU! For our second Cooking with Wok Star videos, we’re featuring OBGYN, Dr. Eric Runyon who has taken wok cooking to a whole new wok-o-sphere!  We discussed how his ‘operations’ are similar to prepping for a meal, ha, ha… We’d LOVE to hear from you if you own my…



Cooking with Wok Star Video, Sid’s Lobster Stir Fry

CALLING ALL WOK STARS! We’re so excited to share our first video showcasing Wok Stars! Yes, YOU! For our premier Wok Star video launch, we’re featuring Sid, a famous photographer with 12 Addy’s, wow!   He’s wokking up fresh lobster with Chinese broccoli and noodle stir fry.  We didn’t know how famous till we started…



7 Reasons for using a Cast Iron Wok!

The most rewarding part of giving cooking classes and marketing my Wok Star Kit is hearing success stories! And every time this happens, I’m thankful to my mother who introduced me to using a cast iron wok. When I started teaching, I bought every ‘wok’ I could find to make sure I knew what was…