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Speaker: We are going to show you how to prepare wok to stir fry a dish. First of all this wok normally is made of carbon steel so sometime it's sitting around and also collect dust and so on and so, especially if we have a little water in the wok. So we will heat it real hot as you can see there it will smoke up, but with a damp paper towel you wipe the inside as you heat it, making sure don't burn yourself. Have it thick enough so you could do this.
So now the wok is clean and dry. As you can see that we'll continue heating it, looking for little smoke. The first item we put in there would be usually oil and we put it on this center area or you could put in the side, but the idea is that we have to coat the bottom of the wok completely. Doesn't have to be go on top like this, and the next item that we are going to put in there is garlic, you put ginger if you want, but garlic usually go very well with the vegetable that we have here.
Alright, with our spatula push out a little bit, and have your cut vegetable ready ,and put them in there. Stir fry it, and the reason you got to rush a little bit, because the garlic gets little burnt and you don't, and all your vegetables, whatever you decide going should be within the reach of your arm, and therefore, as far as seasoning go, because we just got garlic in, you have salt and pepper and Hoisin sauce or little bit of chili paste, if you want to do that, just finalize at the end of your cooking. That will be great, whatever taste it like to be, and on stir fried, generally you do not need specially -- to cover especially a small quantity like this, but if you have a large quantity, then you need to use the wok covered.