Cooking With Chef Wan To Learn Interesting Greek-themed Dishes
The romantic ambience and scenic vista of Greece will be the backdrop for the tenth season of “Mmm… Sedapnya Bersama Ayamas” TV cooking show series.
Hosted by Asia’s most renowned culinary personality Chef Wan, the show is currently being aired every Saturday 7.00 pm to 7.30 pm starting from 24 August until 9 November 2013 on TV3. The half-hour weekly series were shot entirely in Greece and filmed in different scenic locations namely Athens, Mykonos and Santorini Island.
In each episode of the new series, Chef Wan will demonstrate on the many ways viewers can integrate the current and new chicken products by Ayamas and other new products distributed by QSR Trading Sdn Bhd such as Life, Divella, Kewpie, Amy and Simplot, to create simple and interesting Greek-themed dishes.
“We are coming up with exciting new products all the time, and with this season’s cooking show series, we hope to create greater awareness of our new products and demonstrate to viewers the many ways to integrate Ayamas recipes as a meal-solution into their daily lives,” said Datuk Ahmad Zaki Zahid, Managing director of QSR Brands (M) Holdings Sdn Bhd, the operator of Ayamas, at the launch.
“Greek cuisine is known to be simple, fresh and healthy and paired with the top quality Ayamas products, you get a show that is a must watch for everyone. Not only that, viewers will also get to learn about the culture, traditions and people of Greece all from the comfort of your living room,” he added.
During the launch, Chef Wan delighted the audience with a cooking demo on Sup Bebola Ayam a’la Mediterranean and Spaghetti Arrabiata.
“Mmm… Sedapnya Bersama Ayamas” cooking show series were initiated in 2000 and throughout the years, the cooking show has been filmed in numerous scenic locations from Tanjung Jara, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bali, to the breathtaking destinations in Italy and Spain respectively.
For those who have missed out on the previous cooking show, please visit www.ayamas.com.my for a video repeat.