How to cook with Soybean Oil

Soybean oil is, as the name suggests, a vegetable oil derived from soybeans. Soybeans have become popular in recent years because of their health benefits. Soybean oil boasts many of the same claims.
High in omega-3 content
Great source of vitamin E
Rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids
As with other types of vegetable oils, soybean oil has a few health hazards when used for cooking. 
Not stable enough to withstand high cooking temperatures
There is scientific literature that suggests the toxin 4-hydroxy-trans-2-nonenal forms when the oil is heated to very high temperatures (via pan or deep frying)
How to use soybean oil: It is already commonly found in different types of margarine, salad dressings and mayonnaise, so chances are, you're already eating it.
When used at home, it is great for sauting meats and vegetables (on low temperatures).
It's not the best choice for salad dressings, however, as the flavor is not strong enough to stand alone.
What to pair soybean oil with: Asian recipes, Indian dishes or other types of cuisine that already include flavorful spices.