East Meets West with Ming Tsai is a food show telecast on television between 1998 and 2003. It was hosted by Ming Tsai, a great food lover himself although being a Mechanical Engineer who switched over to cooking after spending junior summer at Le Cordon Bleu cooking school in Paris
History of the East Meets West with Ming Tsai Show
East Meets West with Ming Tsai was telecast for the first time on television on the Food Network in the year 1998.
Format of the East Meets West with Ming Tsai Food Show
East Meets West with Ming Tsai recipes featured in each episode show creative ways to incorporate cooking influences of Asia and America into one’s cooking.
Noteworthy Episodes of the East Meets West with Ming Tsai Show
East Meets West with Ming Tsai fetched the host Ming Tsai with the Emmy Award in the year 1998. Popular East Meets West with Ming Tsai recipes are:
Traditional Duck with Pancakes and Hoisin-Lime Sauce is a combination of three recipes namely-ducks, pancakes and hoisin lime sauce to compliment each other.
Teriyaki Salmon with Mirin Cucumber Salad is an appetizing recipe that incorporates spices, seasonings and cucumber with salmon fillets.
Sauteed Calamari Salad recipe uses many varied ingredients including calamari, seasonings, tomatoes, baguette and spices.
Spinach Basil Risotto Cake with Star-Anise Carrot Syrup is an aromatic savory cake flavored greatly with star anise.
The show’s host has authored three cookbooks namely- Blue Ginger, Ming's Master Recipes and Simply Ming.
Presently he is also the host of Ming's Quest, a cooking series telecast on the Fine Living Network and Simply Ming aired on American Public Television.