I have an electric wok I use all the time. It doesn't heat the place up much at all. I can make stir fry, curry, fajitas (today's lunch and dinner), and it's easy to clean up, too.
My favorite recipe, curry
1/2 can coconut milk. This can be expensive, but Wal-mart has it cheap.
2 tablespoons curry paste. Note: this is not curry powder. It's sold in jars in the Thai section, which is where the coconut milk will be.
Put the coconut milk and the curry paste in the wok. Mix it together. It'll turn into a nasty-looking yellow liquid. At this point, I add about a teaspoon of sriachi sauce, a spicy Thai sauce. It's very hot, so it can be omitted or you can add more to make really hot curry. I also put in some sliced onion.
Get the mixture boiling, and put in your meat. I've tried it with chicken, pork, and beef. All are good. Cut the meat into bite-sized chunks so it cooks faster.
When the meat is almost done cooking, throw in vegetables. I put in peppers, but zucchini and carrots would also be good.
Note: I'm not giving amounts for the meat and veg. It's a flexible recipe. Put in what you need to serve whomever's eating. If you're feeding more than four people, double the amount of coconut milk and curry paste.
This is really good served over rice, or if you're on Atkins, like me, just eat as it is!