Chinese cooking: Bring on the high heat

When Chinese stir fry looks as good as it tastes, you’ve arrived. And when it comes to experts, let them take over your kitchen. Follow Dr. Martha’s easy steps to prepare Chinese stir fry.

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1. Make it uniform: if you’re going to slice the beef, slice the onions. If you’re dicing the chicken, dice the peppers to match.

2. Fire it up: Use your high heat.

3. Stir and fry: Cook quickly, especially vegetables. Bright green broccoli makes a dish.

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