Destination Flavours China

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Destination Flavour China: Episode 1 | Black Sesame Tang Yuan

Follow Adam Liaw as he shows how to make Black Sesame Tang Yuans, a traditional chinese dessert commonly eaten during the Winter Solstice
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 2 | Bamboo Shoots and Cured Ham

Adam Liaw cooks up a simple, easy dish that is quintessentially Anhui cuisine, the provincial city of Heifei in China.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 3 | Yang Zhou Fried Rice

Adam Liaw shows how to cook the simple and delicious Yang Zhou Fried Rice.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 4 | Lion Head Meatballs

Adam Liaw recreates this savoury, meaty Lion Head Meatballs dish.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 5 | Shandong Roast Chicken

Hailing from Lu cuisine - one of China's 4 major styles of cooking, the Shandong Roast Chicken makes use of freshness and salt to create a flavourful meaty taste.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 6 | Yunnan Yak Belly Stew

The Yunanan Yak Belly Stew, is the perfect example of Yunnan Cuisine. Yunnan Cuisine is amalgamation of the cuisines of the Han Chinese and other ethnic minority groups in the Yunnan Province.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 7 | Mapo Tofu

This spicy sichuan specialty is famous for its spicy meaty sauce with soft tofu cubes that cuts through the spice, Mapo Tofu is delicious and easy to make, as Adam Liaw demonstrates.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 8 | Steamed Radish with Dried Scallops

Daikon, or white radish, brings out the umami flavours of the dried scallops. Adam Liaw shows how to cook this simple and delicious Steamed Radish with Dried Scallops dish.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 9 | White Fungus with Sweet Potato Soup

A classic Cantonese tongsui famous across China, let Adam Liaw show you how it's done with this sweet and light dessert.
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Destination Flavour China: Episode 10 | Wenchang Chicken

Slightly similar to the Hainanese Chicken Rice, Wenchang Chicken's biggest disparity lies in its sauce - with Calamansi, Chili and Salt. Follow Adam Liaw as he shows how to recreate this delicious dish in your very own kitchen today.
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