If you want to sauté like a TV chef, you're going to need to learn how to pan flip, or "Sauté Snap," as some call it. Although it looks like a pro move, it's easy, and more importantly, it's the only way you'll to get those veggies cooked evenly without losing your mind while turning each one individually.
An easy-to-follow video from Marlon Doll demonstrates the technique, showing off the "C" motion needed to accomplish the perfect toss. It explains that a proper flip can be done in just two steps:
1. Push the pan forward
You don't want an up and down motion. Instead, you want to make a "C" in the air. To do this, push the pan forward with the far end tilted down a little until the food hits the curved edge.