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Title Poh's Kitchen: Ep 36 of 40
Published Australia : ABC1, 2010
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Summary This week Poh and her good friend French chef Emmanuel Mollois, submerge themselves in the world of salted fish. This method of preserving has been around for millennia and is common across many cultures, providing a cheap and effective alternative to fresh fish without loss of flavour or versatility.Poh takes us on a shopping trip to her local Asian grocer, a treasure trove of unusual and exotic ingredients and just the place to find a good selection of preserved fish.Back in her kitchen, Poh makes steamed mackerel with chicken, ginger and coriander. It's cheap and simple to make, but deliciously complex in flavour and personality. Meanwhile Emmanuel is using salted cod. Using some succulent fillets of the cod, he makes two versions of brandade of salted cod, a wonderfully rich combination of fish, creme fraiche, olive oil and garlic, served with semi-dried tomatoes on garlic toast. This is the traditional method and to keep the kids happy, he also makes his Mum's version using mashed potato. Emmanuel travels to South Australia's beautiful Coorong, where he meets Glen and Tracy Hill who fish and smoke a local icon, the Coorong Mullet. This once pristine environment is suffering through lack of good flows down the river Murray, but as Emmanuel discovers, the Hills still manage to produce a great product.Stir-fried salted mackerel with pork is Poh's next dish and for this she needs rice noodles which are an essential ingredient in Asian cuisine and one Poh couldn't live without. The dried varieties are quite common, but you have to look a little harder for the fresh ones. To find out how these delicate white ribbons of rice are produced Poh visits a noodle factory. PRODUCTION DETAILS:Poh's Kitchen is produced by ABC TV. Head of Factual: Jennifer Collins; Executive Producer: Margot Phillipson; Series Producer: Colin Haynes
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-10-27 at 18:30:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Cooking (Fish)
Fish as food -- Preservation.
Formulas, recipes, etc.
Salted fish.
Television cooking shows.
Form Streaming video
Author Mollois, Emmanuel, contributor
Yeow, Poh Ling, host