Poh's Kitchen

October 2017
25:59

S1 Ep28 - Paris With Emmanuel Mollois

3.0 0 x
This episode is all about taking traditional recipes and creating something new and exciting. French chef Emmanuel Mollois travels to Paris to meet up with family and friends and catch up with the latest food trends. This inspires Poh to create one of her most beautiful desserts - rhubarb lily tart - it just has to be seen to be believed. Delicate lily leaves made from hazelnut and chocolate biscuit, with a delicate baked rhubarb lily in a pond of orange infused crème anglaise.
25:59

S1 Ep27 - Franco-Russian With Emmanuel Mollois

3.0 0 x
This week Poh welcomes French pastry chef, Emmanuel Mollois, back to her kitchen where they cook a combination of classic French-Russian cuisine. Looking for inspiration, Poh takes Emmanuel on a shopping trip to Adelaide’s Central Market, where they visit a favourite culinary haunt of Poh’s, a Russian café serving Pirozhki. Poh decides to create her own version of these tasty Russian pies to serve with the hearty winter soup she has in mind.
25:59

S1 Ep26 - Chicken With Ragini Dey

3.0 0 x
In Malaysia recently, Poh was reminded of the depth and complexity of Nyonya culture, and this inspired her to master an old classic, Nyonya chicken curry. The dish has always been a firm favourite in Poh’s family and a dish she loved through her childhood. To find out more about the mysterious and intriguing world of spice, Poh has invited Indian chef Ragini Dey back to share some of her amazing knowledge.
25:58

S1 Ep25 - Modern Thai With Martin Boetz

3.0 0 x
In her kitchen this evening, Poh's guest is Martin Boetz. Born in Germany, Martin is now the executive chef of two restaurants, one in Melbourne and the other in Sydney. Tonight, Martin cooks orange sour curry, where the paste is cooked off in stock with added vegetables and salmon. His other dish is a crispy fish salad. To complement Martin's dishes Poh cooks a coconut based Malaysian dessert which is shaped and cooked in banana leaf and is called Kuih Koci.
25:59

S1 Ep24 - More Meat With The Butcher Boys

Expired 3.0 0 x
This episode is definitely one for the meat lovers as Poh offers her service as apprentice to butchers, Jason Bradley and Bill Smith. After delving into a bit of dicing, Poh proves she is a dab hand at customer service. In the kitchen, Poh tackles her first roast - a leg of lamb that is marinated with mustard and infused with rosemary and garlic before being beautifully roasted. A braised cabbage dish provides tang to cut through the richness of the meat and Kipfler potatoes baked with butter g...
25:59

S1 Ep23 - Food Traditions With Emmanuel Mollois

Expired 3.0 0 x
This episode is all about food traditions from the ancient city of Peking (Beijing) and the French countryside - and it’s not just the recipes and how they’re cooked but how they’re eaten that guarantees taste combinations that are perfectly balanced and an honour to experience. When Poh finds that Emmanuel, whose passion is food history, has never had the full Peking Duck banquet experience she treats him to the 600 year old tradition that's still practiced today.
September 2017
25:59

S1 Ep22 - Breakfasts Of The World With Emmanuel Mollois

Expired 4.0 1 x
Visiting Malaysia recently, Poh noticed that people eat all sorts of amazing and spicy things in the morning, and this has got her thinking: why do we eat what we eat for breakfast? To find out more about breakfast traditions around the world Poh shares amazing meals with her Indian friend Ragini Dey and Moroccan restaurateur Mohamed Bartaouch. She also invites Emmanuel Mollois into the kitchen to demonstrate the French art of dipping bread into hot chocolate.
25:59

S1 Ep21 - Poh In Penang

Expired 3.0 4 x
As Poh's Malaysian adventure continues, she heads north to the 'Pearl of the Orient', the island of Penang. A popular tourist destination, this tropical paradise has a diverse cultural background, which is clearly reflected in its reputation as the 'Food capital of Malaysia'. As Poh discovers, Penang is a food lover's paradise and boasts some of the best and cheapest street fare in Asia, many Malaysians holiday here just to sample its unique cuisine. On nearly every street corner, you can see...
25:59

S1 Ep20 - Poh And Nonya Cuisine

Expired 3.0 1 x
Poh continues her Malaysian adventure, heading south from Kuala Lumpur to the historic port of Melaka. Once a vibrant maritime trading centre at the heart of the international spice trade, this UNESCO listed heritage site boasts a rich historical and culinary history. It's the 'Baba & Nonya' culture that most interests Poh. The Babas and Nonyas are descendants of Chinese settlers who arrived in Melaka around 600 years ago and intermarried with the local Malay people. The interweaving of these t...
25:59

S1 Ep19 - Poh In Kuala Lumpur

Expired 3.0 0 x
Poh moves out of her kitchen and heads off overseas to Malaysia, the country where she was born. She is on a three week trip to find out more about her heritage and about the traditional dishes that come from Malaysia. In the first week of her trip, Poh visits Kuala Lumpur, her hometown. This is a city known for its street food and immediately after she arrives, Poh's out on the street looking, eating and meeting a number of local chefs including Chef Ismail Ahmad. The dishes she learns about ...
Archive