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Chinese Food in MinutesEntrepreneurs: Ching-He Huang's guests are two busy young American entrepreneurs who want to learn to make fast Chinese food. On the menu are spicy lamb, pork dumplings and duck spring rolls. (S1 Ep7)Mon, Mar 27, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesSurveyors: Ching is joined by two surveyors who are keen to impress their friends with their cooking skills. On the menu: succulent, crispy Mongolian lamb and Cantonese-style duck with rice. (S1 Ep8)Mon, Mar 27, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEntrepreneurs: Ching-He Huang's guests are two busy young American entrepreneurs who want to learn to make fast Chinese food. On the menu are spicy lamb, pork dumplings and duck spring rolls. (S1 Ep7)Tue, Mar 28, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesSurveyors: Ching is joined by two surveyors who are keen to impress their friends with their cooking skills. On the menu: succulent, crispy Mongolian lamb and Cantonese-style duck with rice. (S1 Ep8)Tue, Mar 28, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesTaxi Drivers: Ching is joined by two cabbies keen to learn wok cooking. On the menu: prawn and bamboo shoot stir fry, and a fiery take on breaded haddock with Sichuan pepper, chilli and salt. (S1 Ep9)Tue, Mar 28, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEstate Agents: Ching's guests are estate agents looking for healthy substitutes for the takeaways they rely on during the busy week. On the menu: sweet and sour prawns and Three Cup chicken. (S1 Ep10)Tue, Mar 28, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesTaxi Drivers: Ching is joined by two cabbies keen to learn wok cooking. On the menu: prawn and bamboo shoot stir fry, and a fiery take on breaded haddock with Sichuan pepper, chilli and salt. (S1 Ep9)Wed, Mar 29, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEstate Agents: Ching's guests are estate agents looking for healthy substitutes for the takeaways they rely on during the busy week. On the menu: sweet and sour prawns and Three Cup chicken. (S1 Ep10)Wed, Mar 29, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesNurses: Two busy Manchester nurses want to ditch the takeaways at the end of a long shift. They turn to chef Ching to learn easy Chinese cookery. On the menu: garlic chicken and chilli cod. (S1 Ep11)Wed, Mar 29, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesIce Skaters: Ice dancers Fred and Maria want to cook quick, healthy meals. Chef Ching raises the temperature for the skaters as the dishes on the menu all use pungent Sichuan pepper. (S1 Ep12)Wed, Mar 29, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesNurses: Two busy Manchester nurses want to ditch the takeaways at the end of a long shift. They turn to chef Ching to learn easy Chinese cookery. On the menu: garlic chicken and chilli cod. (S1 Ep11)Thu, Mar 30, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesIce Skaters: Ice dancers Fred and Maria want to cook quick, healthy meals. Chef Ching raises the temperature for the skaters as the dishes on the menu all use pungent Sichuan pepper. (S1 Ep12)Thu, Mar 30, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesRugby Players: Two Liverpudlian rugby players want to learn how to make quick, protein-packed Chinese food. Chef Ching shows them how to prepare delicious dishes of beef, dofu and lobster. (S1 Ep13)Thu, Mar 30, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Thu, Mar 30, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesRugby Players: Two Liverpudlian rugby players want to learn how to make quick, protein-packed Chinese food. Chef Ching shows them how to prepare delicious dishes of beef, dofu and lobster. (S1 Ep13)Fri, Mar 31, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Fri, Mar 31, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Fri, Mar 31, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Fri, Mar 31, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Mon, Apr 3, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Mon, Apr 3, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesPersonal Trainers: Two personal trainers join Ching-He Huang and she teaches them recipes as well as gives them the lowdown on Chinese ingredients readily available on the high street. (S1 Ep4)Mon, Apr 3, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesStudents: Young chef Ching-He Huang teaches two student friends from Durham how to improve their cooking skills and make chilli chicken, spicy aubergine and yellow bean pork. (S1 Ep5)Mon, Apr 3, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins

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Chinese Food in MinutesCarpenters: Ching-He Huang's guests are carpenters who want to swap their hammers for woks and learn how to make quick Chinese meals, including beef noodles, chicken soup and seafood noodles. (S1 Ep6)Mon, Mar 27, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesStudents: Young chef Ching-He Huang teaches two student friends from Durham how to improve their cooking skills and make chilli chicken, spicy aubergine and yellow bean pork. (S1 Ep5)Mon, Mar 27, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCarpenters: Ching-He Huang's guests are carpenters who want to swap their hammers for woks and learn how to make quick Chinese meals, including beef noodles, chicken soup and seafood noodles. (S1 Ep6)Fri, Mar 24, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesStudents: Young chef Ching-He Huang teaches two student friends from Durham how to improve their cooking skills and make chilli chicken, spicy aubergine and yellow bean pork. (S1 Ep5)Fri, Mar 24, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesPersonal Trainers: Two personal trainers join Ching-He Huang and she teaches them recipes as well as gives them the lowdown on Chinese ingredients readily available on the high street. (S1 Ep4)Fri, Mar 24, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Fri, Mar 24, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesPersonal Trainers: Two personal trainers join Ching-He Huang and she teaches them recipes as well as gives them the lowdown on Chinese ingredients readily available on the high street. (S1 Ep4)Thu, Mar 23, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Thu, Mar 23, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Thu, Mar 23, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Thu, Mar 23, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Wed, Mar 22, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Wed, Mar 22, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesRugby Players: Two Liverpudlian rugby players want to learn how to make quick, protein-packed Chinese food. Chef Ching shows them how to prepare delicious dishes of beef, dofu and lobster. (S1 Ep13)Sat, Jan 28, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesIce Skaters: Ice dancers Fred and Maria want to cook quick, healthy meals. Chef Ching raises the temperature for the skaters as the dishes on the menu all use pungent Sichuan pepper. (S1 Ep12)Sat, Jan 28, 11:30 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesNurses: Two busy Manchester nurses want to ditch the takeaways at the end of a long shift. They turn to chef Ching to learn easy Chinese cookery. On the menu: garlic chicken and chilli cod. (S1 Ep11)Sat, Jan 28, 11:00 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEstate Agents: Ching's guests are estate agents looking for healthy substitutes for the takeaways they rely on during the busy week. On the menu: sweet and sour prawns and Three Cup chicken. (S1 Ep10)Sat, Jan 28, 10:30 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesTaxi Drivers: Ching is joined by two cabbies keen to learn wok cooking. On the menu: prawn and bamboo shoot stir fry, and a fiery take on breaded haddock with Sichuan pepper, chilli and salt. (S1 Ep9)Sat, Jan 28, 10:00 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesSurveyors: Ching is joined by two surveyors who are keen to impress their friends with their cooking skills. On the menu: succulent, crispy Mongolian lamb and Cantonese-style duck with rice. (S1 Ep8)Sat, Jan 28, 9:30 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEntrepreneurs: Ching-He Huang's guests are two busy young American entrepreneurs who want to learn to make fast Chinese food. On the menu are spicy lamb, pork dumplings and duck spring rolls. (S1 Ep7)Sat, Jan 28, 9:00 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCarpenters: Ching-He Huang's guests are carpenters who want to swap their hammers for woks and learn how to make quick Chinese meals, including beef noodles, chicken soup and seafood noodles. (S1 Ep6)Sat, Jan 28, 8:30 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesStudents: Young chef Ching-He Huang teaches two student friends from Durham how to improve their cooking skills and make chilli chicken, spicy aubergine and yellow bean pork. (S1 Ep5)Sat, Jan 28, 8:00 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesPersonal Trainers: Two personal trainers join Ching-He Huang and she teaches them recipes as well as gives them the lowdown on Chinese ingredients readily available on the high street. (S1 Ep4)Sat, Jan 28, 7:30 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Sat, Jan 28, 7:00 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Sat, Jan 28, 6:30 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Sat, Jan 28, 6:00 AMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEstate Agents: Ching's guests are estate agents looking for healthy substitutes for the takeaways they rely on during the busy week. On the menu: sweet and sour prawns and Three Cup chicken. (S1 Ep10)Fri, Jan 27, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesTaxi Drivers: Ching is joined by two cabbies keen to learn wok cooking. On the menu: prawn and bamboo shoot stir fry, and a fiery take on breaded haddock with Sichuan pepper, chilli and salt. (S1 Ep9)Fri, Jan 27, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEstate Agents: Ching's guests are estate agents looking for healthy substitutes for the takeaways they rely on during the busy week. On the menu: sweet and sour prawns and Three Cup chicken. (S1 Ep10)Fri, Jan 27, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesTaxi Drivers: Ching is joined by two cabbies keen to learn wok cooking. On the menu: prawn and bamboo shoot stir fry, and a fiery take on breaded haddock with Sichuan pepper, chilli and salt. (S1 Ep9)Fri, Jan 27, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesSurveyors: Ching is joined by two surveyors who are keen to impress their friends with their cooking skills. On the menu: succulent, crispy Mongolian lamb and Cantonese-style duck with rice. (S1 Ep8)Thu, Jan 26, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEntrepreneurs: Ching-He Huang's guests are two busy young American entrepreneurs who want to learn to make fast Chinese food. On the menu are spicy lamb, pork dumplings and duck spring rolls. (S1 Ep7)Thu, Jan 26, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesSurveyors: Ching is joined by two surveyors who are keen to impress their friends with their cooking skills. On the menu: succulent, crispy Mongolian lamb and Cantonese-style duck with rice. (S1 Ep8)Thu, Jan 26, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEntrepreneurs: Ching-He Huang's guests are two busy young American entrepreneurs who want to learn to make fast Chinese food. On the menu are spicy lamb, pork dumplings and duck spring rolls. (S1 Ep7)Thu, Jan 26, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCarpenters: Ching-He Huang's guests are carpenters who want to swap their hammers for woks and learn how to make quick Chinese meals, including beef noodles, chicken soup and seafood noodles. (S1 Ep6)Wed, Jan 25, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesStudents: Young chef Ching-He Huang teaches two student friends from Durham how to improve their cooking skills and make chilli chicken, spicy aubergine and yellow bean pork. (S1 Ep5)Wed, Jan 25, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCarpenters: Ching-He Huang's guests are carpenters who want to swap their hammers for woks and learn how to make quick Chinese meals, including beef noodles, chicken soup and seafood noodles. (S1 Ep6)Wed, Jan 25, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesStudents: Young chef Ching-He Huang teaches two student friends from Durham how to improve their cooking skills and make chilli chicken, spicy aubergine and yellow bean pork. (S1 Ep5)Wed, Jan 25, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesPersonal Trainers: Two personal trainers join Ching-He Huang and she teaches them recipes as well as gives them the lowdown on Chinese ingredients readily available on the high street. (S1 Ep4)Tue, Jan 24, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Tue, Jan 24, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesPersonal Trainers: Two personal trainers join Ching-He Huang and she teaches them recipes as well as gives them the lowdown on Chinese ingredients readily available on the high street. (S1 Ep4)Tue, Jan 24, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesCheesemongers: Ching-He Huang's guests are a couple of cheesemongers from London's Borough Market who want to spice up their cooking with steamed sea bass, spicy beef, and hot and sour soup. (S1 Ep3)Tue, Jan 24, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Mon, Jan 23, 4:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Mon, Jan 23, 4:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesBarmen: Chef Ching-He Huang teaches two barmen how to quickly prepare a saucy chicken and snake bean stir fry, sweet and sour duck, and sizzling yellow bean scallops with wild rice salad. (S1 Ep2)Mon, Jan 23, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesGospel Singers: Ching-He Huang takes two novices to Chinatown each week to learn the secrets of fast and fresh wok cooking. Two gospel singers cook chicken and ribs for the rest of the choir. (S1 Ep1)Mon, Jan 23, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesRugby Players: Two Liverpudlian rugby players want to learn how to make quick, protein-packed Chinese food. Chef Ching shows them how to prepare delicious dishes of beef, dofu and lobster. (S1 Ep13)Thu, Sep 22, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesIce Skaters: Ice dancers Fred and Maria want to cook quick, healthy meals. Chef Ching raises the temperature for the skaters as the dishes on the menu all use pungent Sichuan pepper. (S1 Ep12)Thu, Sep 22, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesNurses: Two busy Manchester nurses want to ditch the takeaways at the end of a long shift. They turn to chef Ching to learn easy Chinese cookery. On the menu: garlic chicken and chilli cod. (S1 Ep11)Wed, Sep 21, 12:30 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesEstate Agents: Ching's guests are estate agents looking for healthy substitutes for the takeaways they rely on during the busy week. On the menu: sweet and sour prawns and Three Cup chicken. (S1 Ep10)Wed, Sep 21, 12:00 PMFood Network30 mins
Chinese Food in MinutesNurses: Two busy Manchester nurses want to ditch the takeaways at the end of a long shift. They turn to chef Ching to learn easy Chinese cookery. On the menu: garlic chicken and chilli cod. (S1 Ep11)Tue, Sep 20, 6:30 PMFood Network30 mins