Definition: Cooking fish and shellfish in preheated oil very quickly and constantly moving the food around with a spoon or spatula in a wok.
Example: Squid Rings.
1. Preheat wok for 30 seconds over a medium to high heat, add a small amount of vegetable oil.
2. Oil will heat instantly, add patted dry squid tentacles and rings carefully and stir around wok with a slotted spoon or spatula constantly. Do not over fill the wok as the temperature will drop quickly and the squid will stew.
3. Approximately 30 seconds and the squid rings will be cooked.
4. Remove squid from wok using a metal spoon, season and squeeze some lemon juice over if desired.