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Martin Yan's Sesame Lesson

Chef Martin Yan shows Ryan Scott the benefits of cooking with sesame seeds and sesame oil.

Martin Yan's tips on using sesame seeds and oil:

1. When toasting sesame seeds do not use oil because there already is a lot of oil within the seeds, you should just let alone in a pan.

2. Roasted sesame seed oil should be dark brown in color, you should only use a little when cooking Asian cuisine to give your dish an aroma and fragrance.

3. Sesame seeds can be used for a "crunch" on top of any salad.

Chef Martin Yan Prepares Asian-Inspired Dishes

Other segments featured on this episode of Food Rush:

Shrimp and Sugar Snap Peas
Shrimp and Sugar Snap Peas
This simple but elegant dish inspired M.Y. China's "Wok Tossed Shrimp with Ginko Nuts." Any number of seasonal vegetables can be used in place of the snap peas.
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Garam Masala Chicken over Fettuccine
Garam Masala Chicken over Fettuccine
A delicious spin on the traditional Masala Chicken dish combining the flavors of both India and Italy.
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Char Siu Mini Tacos with Bok Choy Slaw
Char Siu Mini Tacos with Bok Choy Slaw
This sweet and savory marinated and roasted pork tenderloin is as versatile as it is delicious.
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Martin Yan's Chopstick Lesson
Martin Yans Chopstick Lesson
While at Chef Martin Yan's house, Martin shows Ryan how to properly and effectively use chopsticks.
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Martin Yan's Ginger Lesson
Martin Yans Ginger Lesson
Chef Martin Yan shows Ryan Scott how to perfectly peel and use fresh ginger.
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