Series 3 · Episode 1
Australian chef Adrian Richardson knows all there is to know about how to cook meat. In Secret Meat Business, he heads down to his underground lair to show you the tricks and tips behind some of the world's most famous meat dishes.
Series 3 · Episode 2
Adrian dishes up a succulent roast duck cooked in classic Tunisian spices, served on a bed of nutty rice. A feast to share with friends and family, or in Adrian's case, enjoy all by yourself!
Series 3 · Episode 3
Double trouble, Adrian combines two of his favourite proteins in an indulgent Canadian dish, Bacon wrapped duck breasts Tournedos. Oh Canada!
Series 3 · Episode 4
Malaysian cooking, a cuisine melding Chinese, Indian and traditional Malay flavours. Adrian pays homage to his time spent there as a child preparing mouth watering Beef Rendang.
Series 3 · Episode 5
Taking his doctor's advice to eat more veggies, Adrian makes a classic Cornish Pasty filled with beef, bacon and some rabbit food for good luck.
Series 3 · Episode 6
Adrian whips up a simple Filipino recipe which has delicious Spanish and Chinese influences. A taste of Manila!
Series 3 · Episode 7
From the small village of Telve in Italy and into your kitchen, Adrian's making one of his childhood favourites!
Series 3 · Episode 8
A Singaporean classic, poached chicken with classic asian flavours. A cracker dish that's just waiting to be eaten.
Series 3 · Episode 9
Watch out, Adrian's wielding a sword! This time to skewer and woodfire quail kebabs. Also Adrian makes a quick, easy and classic Cantonese dish with a twist.
Series 3 · Episode 10
Adrian is up to his elbows in beef ribs, taking a traditional Argentinean dish to a whole new level.
Series 3 · Episode 11
Japanese pancakes at their finest! This combination of chicken, soba noodles and traditional flavours makes for a super impressive dish.
Series 3 · Episode 12
Inspired by a Korean fan, Adrian's making his version of beef bulgogi - marinated and grilled meat with some classic Korean flavours.
Series 3 · Episode 13
Adrian makes a fantastic Turkish chicken dish that is fresh and juicy. Complete with homemade flat bread, it's a dinner party delight.
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