Author: <span class="vcard">Chef Yan</span>
Paella, Spain’s most famous dish is undoubtedly one of the world’s great rice dishes. The first time I saw a traditional paella pan, I thought it was a particularly shallow flat-bottomed wok. That got me thinking about how a Chinese cook would prepare the same dish. The result is this East-West hybrid that works especially well in an electric wok.
Retrace Chef Yan’s footsteps and experience for yourself the many exciting wonders of the Spice Kingdom. Chengdu is home to the Giant Pandas and a key anchor of ancient Chinese civilization and cuisine. Join Chef Yan and visit many famous locations of Yan Can Cook: […]
Yan Can Cook – Spice Kingdom is a 13-part series that explores the many aspects of how food and spices helped shape the history and culture of Western China. The series takes a comprehensive look, spanning thousands of years, tracing the region’s early history through […]
To appreciate the cuisine of Malaysia fully we must embrace the three ethnic divergences of the country: Malay, Chinese and Indian. The harmonious co-existence of these groups forms the foundation and weaves the social fabric of the country. The thirteen episodes of Taste of Malaysia […]