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Culinary Icon Chef Martin Yan Heralds In 2017 at the Asia Food Channel (AFC)

Culinary Icon Chef Martin Yan returns to AFC this January as he share his decades worth of culinary knowledge and kitchen tricks on Martin Yan's Asian Favorites. The show begins on January 5, Thursday at 9pm on Asian Food Channel.



Martin Yan’s Asian Favorites

Over the years, Chef Yan has journeyed across Asia, meeting chefs, home-cooks and locals from all walks of life, getting inspiration from their stories and family recipes. This 8-episode series features over 30 dishes influenced by Chef Yan’s 20 years of experience and extensive travels, bringing out the distinct local flavors from 6 cities – Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

“I’ve been hosting food shows for more than 35 years and I never get sick of it! I’m a strong advocate of Asian cuisine and making it easy to replicate has been my lifelong mission. I’m glad this show will allow me to showcase how one can use a simple food staple, and produce many different variations!” said Martin Yan.

Warm your hearts and kitchens with home-cooked dishes from Chef Yan ranging from Fish Head Noodle Soup, Good Fortune Prawns to Chicken Eggplant Green Curry. In each episode, Chef Yan picks a food staple or cuisine as a theme and prepares a selection of dishes, bringing out the strong flavors and cooking methods from each city. Catch special guest appearances from Datuk Fazley Yaakob and Chef Hoang Minh Nhat as they collaborate with Chef Yan and share their special ingredients and techniques.  
Here’s what you can look forward to cooking with Chef Yan, this January 2017!

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Viewers can find more information as well as download recipes from each episode upon premiere of the show at www.asianfoodchannel.com/lovetocook.


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