Learn new variations of Stir-fry
Get great foodpairings for building your own stir-fry
You probably know how to cook stir-fry… which is great, because when you cook it you can focus on the taste and experience, rather than following some instructions.
But what to put in your stir-fry?
How to use it?
‘The Jamwheel’, which teaches you how to make your recipe tasteful with food pairing. It is simple to use the Jam wheel: Just pick 1-3 ingredients per grouping (base, spices, etc), and you’ll get a well-rounded tasteful dish. E.g.,: Noodles, mushrooms, tomatoes, garlic, chili pepper, soy sauce, onion, mango, lime, and cilantro.
What kind of stir-fry would you like to make - send a proposal over in the comments section:
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