All episodes of Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey. Episode 6. 6/6 Rick ends his culinary tour in Bangladesh, where curry is at the top of his list. 4 Apr Rick Stein sets off on an epic culinary journey to explore the Far East’s most diverse food culture. Starts Monday 23 April on Food Network. Recipes from TV and Radio. Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey.
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Nevertheless, tourists and not just back-packing gap-year students are beginning to return to this land dotted with sugar palms, paddy fields and small villages.
Rick travels down the Mekong River to Vietnam. Rick starts his journey in Dhaka, where he discovers the intricacies of making a true biryani. For the ultimate in al fresco eating, Rick tries the night food stalls in the heart of Bangkok. Rick discovers the joys of freshly caught swimmer crabs cooked with the green peppercorns from Kampot, once the king of pepper.
Nevertheless, tourists and not just back-packing gap year ridk are beginning to return to this land dotted with sugar palms, paddy fields and small villages.
Creamy red lentil and coconut dahl. One dead, man arrested in Melbourne. Then onto the volcanic island of Bali where food takes on a religious significance. Far Eastern Odyssey is an epic culinary journey along rivers, through jungles and around coastlines.
He meets up with vibrant food writer, Fay Khoo, to discover the exceptional popularity of fish head curry in the region. He ends his trip to Bali by taking part in a village ceremonial feast.
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Rick continues his odyssey in Thailand fxr he meets up with one of his heroes, David Thompson, a man who has immersed his professional life into understanding Thai cuisine. Three injured, man arrested in Melbourne. Trending Food Recipes Search: Rick travels down the Mekong River to Vietnam where the food is light and fresh using abundance of herbs, lots of freshwater fish and flavoursome soups made with thin strips of beef with rice noodles.
Like most people who come here he visits the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat temple — the very symbol of the country before joining a rice barge to take him down the mighty Mekong River to the border of Vietnam.
Like most people who come here, Rick visits the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat temple the very symbol easrern the countrybefore joining a rice barge to take him down the mighty Mekong Ocyssey to the border of Vietnam in the next episode. Down in Galle he discovers the delights of tea plantations, buffalo curd and experiences first hand the secrets of making cinnamon.
Rick is spoilt for choice as he explores the multi-faceted food of Penang, an appealing mix stejn indigenous Malay, Indian and Chinese with a bit of British charm thrown in for good measure.
Far Eastern Odyssey
Across the Indian Ocean in Sri Lanka Rick continues his passion for seafood by visiting a bustling fishing village north of Colombo and takes part in a most unusual fishing expedition further south in Galle.
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He meets up with a vibrant food writer, Fay Khoo, to discover the exceptional popularity of fish head curry in the region. With curry ffar at the top of his list, he starts his journey in Dhaka and discovers the intricacies of making a true biryani.
Back at home, he cooks fish steamed in banana leaves with mustard massala. Try the haloumi fries at Middle Eastern cafe Oasis. Bangladesh Rick ends his culinary tour in Bangladesh, the country that spawned thousands of Indian Restaurants in Britain easterm ago.
Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey
Rick ends his culinary tour in Bangladesh, the country that spawned thousands of Indian Restaurants in Britain years ago. Should vegans avoid avocados and almonds? In this tie-in cookery book to the series, Rick shares his new-found knowledge, recreating the tantalizing food of his travels and capturing on the plate the rich and varying rar of eaztern Far East. Not surprisingly, curry is at the top of his list.
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