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  • So tripe is the inner lining of the stomach.

  • Tripe is, um uh, Collis Third Penis sick when the weather gets cold, One of my favorite things to do is to hit up a hot pot spot to warm up around a bubbling cauldron of soup.

  • So when I heard that there was a curry hot pot at Home Town Hall, Pa.

  • And barbecue on Grand Street, I had to check it out.

  • Today were feasting Malaysian style with Ronnie Chang, an actor, comedian, and Daily Show corresponds it, who hit the big time with his role in the movie event of the year.

  • Crazy rich Asians.

  • Let's see what this curry shop hot pot is all about.

  • I'm actually not quite familiar with Malaysian cuisine, but there is a heavy Indian influence in there.

  • How could you describe what Malaysian cuisine is for someone who doesn't know Malaysian cuisine is probably, in my opinion, in my humble opinion, the best cuisine in the world.

  • Malaysia is like a melting pot in Asia, so you have Chinese people, Indian people lay people, white people, lots of different cultures coming in, and they kind of mixed up the cuisine in the same way a literal melting pot of food.

  • So it creates a very unique flavor which I haven't been able to find outside Malaysia.

  • And I've tried.

  • But in lieu of being in Malaysia, let's try whatever they have.

  • You brought up the point of the melting pot, a literal and figurative idea.

  • Malaysia is literally a melting pot is hot as fuck.

  • New Yorkers might be familiar with Chinese or session hot pots, but how big of a deal is hot pot in Malaysian cooking?

  • I'm very surprised to hear that New Yorkers eat hot pot like going for Chinese hot.

  • But I thought New Yorkers just eat, you know, stupid bullshit off the street, like hot dogs.

  • And maybe, maybe in Malaysia, we use like Maur Malaysian ingredients, maybe the flavor of the broth, like in Malaysia, they might use run down in the broth.

  • But I mean, the idea is the same right.

  • You put flavor into soup and your bold the thing, and you eat everything you can until you vomit.

  • That's think there's not much difference between Malaysian and Chinese hot, but at all.

  • Before we get to the hot pot, we're gonna try a couple other things on the menu.

  • We're gonna have some barbecue.

  • Are you ready for anything?

  • You point from you right now.

  • How about this place that right now, there you go.

  • Before we get to the hot pot, we're going to try some of hometowns.

  • Barbecue options ordered All you can eat and grilled right at your table.

  • Today, we're going to be cooking up pieces of steak ribs, pork belly, state with hot sauce and hometowns Curry chicken breast trips.

  • All right, look at all this.

  • Yeah, that's one thing I love about going for Asian barbecue.

  • It's like when people of Asian food maybe to get squeamish because I think it's very exotic and they don't know whether they'll have to taste for it, but it's just barbecue meat, But everyone can get behind barbecue meat if you don't like this.

  • And what the fuck do we really?

  • The only downside, the Asian barbecue is that you come out smelling like Asian Bob.

  • Now, how long do we let it?

  • Um look, this is where the art comes in to fuel it.

  • No answer.

  • It's not equation.

  • The meat is sliced so thin that cooked very quickly worst case, you get a little charred, but you can't really overcooked.

  • I think that you know that.

  • Thank you.

  • Can't really make a mistake.

  • You quickly for that before, but thank you.

  • You're using Malaysian sauces.

  • This looks like road run down right here.

  • Run down is like a mill.

  • A curry.

  • How important is curry with Malaysian?

  • Interesting enough.

  • I love how the show is about curry.

  • Because you're right.

  • Every culture does curry differently.

  • I think that's a variation in how Indian people in Malaysia doing a curry.

  • But how in the people in India do it.

  • We're done.

  • Malaya version of the curry.

  • Chinese Curry, I guess.

  • Locks eyes technically but soupy curry that you drink.

  • I mean yeah, we used a lot.

  • Okay.

  • Everyone's laughing at the scissors, you know, laughing.

  • Now you look at this efficient.

  • This is what we brought this out with my friends.

  • I don't say what kind of people they work.

  • Let's just say you're white and we brought out scissors and they laugh.

  • They said, What is this?

  • Who the hell uses scissors with me?

  • No laughing.

  • Now are you just won the best ideas ever.

  • Mmm.

  • That was great.

  • So on the set of crazy, rich Asians, what kind of food were you eating?

  • Guys?

  • Crazies?

  • Asians.

  • Filmed on location in Malaysia and Singapore.

  • My hometown's every night.

  • We going out?

  • Someone from Queens.

  • I don't name names, but on coffee?

  • No, was I got yet chilies in this mall like we're not meeting in the mall.

  • We're hitting the hotel.

  • The one time in the fish ball noodles, the steam fish.

  • What do we What do we?

  • Not everything in the league of, like two months.

  • All right, Ronnie, we gotta save room.

  • I'm gonna save the room way before we eat the hop out.

  • We're gonna kick it to Mike Chen.

  • Who's gonna give us more information?

  • Hey, Ronnie.

  • Hey, Jazz Ling, is Mike Chin saying hi from the road in a beautifully delicious Vancouver, Canada?

  • And we're gonna talk about hot pot today, one of my most favorite food items in the world.

  • And with hot hot, you'll have a boiling pot of super in front of you, an array of vegetables and meats.

  • Enemies usually sliced very thin because it needs to cook in seconds to retain that fresh, meaty flavor and hop out his dish you confined all across Asia, but different Asian countries would have their own variations of it.

  • For example, the Chinese hop, which is called, typically comes with many types of broth, the most popular being the spicy and mummy brought in places like Singapore and Malaysia.

  • The hot pot is no ash, the stinking boat, and he is very similar to Chinese hot pot.

  • Maybe a little more emphasis on seafood, and the broth is a little more full body.

  • And this is why I love Malaysian cuisine because it is the quintessential fusion food.

  • It took influences from China from India from the native Malay, and they came up with their only weak way of cooking, their only unique flavors.

  • That just out of this world, for example, create, which is an important part of Malaysian cuisine, the courage utilizes.

  • Herb sees herbs, roots yogurt, lot of native ingredients like coconut milk or temperatures to create his own unique blend of flavors.

  • And speaking of curry, I know you guys are eating curry hot pot today.

  • Maybe next time, invite me sifter broth at the end.

  • I call it the Magic Hour, you know, like when the sun sets.

  • What a flavor is just gathering together towards the bottom.

  • That's the greatest soup ever is a communal meal.

  • Have fun.

  • Have a great conversation.

  • Show your food.

  • That's what you go to an all you can you not.

  • Bob plays it all you want and you never feel bad, because who cares?

  • We got the last dumpling.

  • All right, guys, enjoy your meal.

  • Next time again, invite me.

  • Next up, we're gonna be trying hometown spicy Moloch.

  • Hot pot in Chinese cuisine, Moloch refers to the marriage of spicy chili peppers with numbing sensation brought on by sesh One peppercorn in the broth.

  • We're gonna be cooking thin slices of beef, chicken, gizzard, fried tofu skin, tribe and then lettuce, mushrooms and green bean noodles.

  • All right, we have everything.

  • I'm excited, but I need a little bit of a tutorial on what to do for the hot pot again.

  • This looks very intimidating.

  • Is a big spread.

  • Yes, cooks down.

  • Everything shrinks when you cook.

  • It all happened is that the flavors start kind of combining in the pot is also like a feature of hot pot.

  • So instead of trying to pick out what you like I just mix it all together and give everything a shot because sometimes the combination is greater than the sum of its parts.

  • So what goes in first?

  • Typically, I would say generally a smart thing to do would be to put in the things that take the longest to cook first.

  • All right, well, let's get to it.

  • Are there any Jews and don'ts for the hot pot?

  • Like what is a rookie mistake?

  • Proper hot hot etiquette is you kind off.

  • Take out only what you put in the viewpoint of mushroom.

  • Then you can take out mushroom.

  • Don't take out to mushrooms, get you only put one in putting stuff in tow.

  • Hot water and cooking is cave man eating.

  • You'll need to be Gordon Ramsay.

  • You'll need to be insert celebrity chef here.

  • You don't need to be Emerald Live.

  • Yeah, what that is.

  • Yeah, just do what you want to.

  • It's It's very casual.

  • Now.

  • It's just the treasure hunt portion off the meal.

  • Just looking for stuff you put in five minutes ago.

  • Maybe forgot about no mistakes.

  • You're just happy.

  • Accidents?

  • Totally.

  • Bob Ross, look this.

  • I put that in 10 major I didn't remember that.

  • Well, that's got a spice.

  • Yeah, it's the Sichuan Spice.

  • Well, that's really good.

  • Mom means numb Lamis like spicy heart.

  • So that gives you any indication of what you're gonna taste here.

  • It's not like hot sauce.

  • And it's not curry.

  • It's something else.

  • Yeah, it's hard to describe.

  • All right, so we've tried this hot pot, but we're gonna try the curry hot pot, which I'm super stoked because we've heard so much about it.

  • Are you ready?

  • Yeah.

  • Let's do it.

  • Now for the main event, we're gonna be trying hometowns.

  • Curry hot pot.

  • The broth starts with the curry paste, fermented shrimp paste, oil, chilli sauce, curry powder, soy sauce, human fennel and tumeric.

  • Or combined paste is then mixed into coconut milk, and curry leaves are added into the Brock To go along with the soup.

  • We ordered slices of lamb, beef, tendon balls and pork blood.

  • So now we have the much awaited curry hot pot.

  • I think I figured out the tools and techniques to this.

  • So let me just get us started.

  • Sure.

  • Way to start out.

  • It really doesn't matter, but I don't wanna put that in first.

  • So here we go.

  • We're gonna throw when some of these mushrooms I should use my hands right Here we go.

  • Don't use the chops to use my You know, earlier when I said you can't go wrong Uh, no.

  • Uh, you're about to roast me right now.

  • We've had hot pot but this is a curry hot pot which is a bit desperate.

  • I feel like it's more may be focused on the bra.

  • It's a more diluted curry so you can cook self in it.

  • I'm told that this is like Penang curry.

  • So Penang is like a city in Malaysia that's known for having really, really good food.

  • And I think what makes Penang curry Penang curry is they add lodge onto it Black Chinese like off fermented strip pace that's also spicy gives it like a unique flavor has more of a creamier texture to it I like it It's really good Even Penang curry wouldn't necessarily be like this will be a bit thicker Okay, this is like a hot pot version of it Indians are the third largest ethnic group in Malaysia.

  • Obviously we see that there's a connection within the food and the curry.

  • Yeah, so I mean, Malaysia is a truly multicultural country, and a lot of the food that we take pride in in Malaysia is actually Indian food, like Rocky office, all Curries.

  • Needless to say, the Indian influences in Malaysia huge.

  • Yeah, it affects every day like crazy, rich Asians took over the globe this year.

  • Now that you're on the other side of the tornado, what is the legacy that comes with that?

  • And what does it mean for Asian Americans?

  • Hopefully the movie showed that if we get people to tell their own stories, it can be no only commercially viable.

  • But we end up seeing really cool stories being told.

  • So in this case, you know, we had story written by someone from Singapore.

  • He was writing a single poll story and we had a vision director and a cast and body.

  • Did you know this thing that you would think it's such a niche story, which is Asian people going back to Asia and meeting the family?

  • It's actually quite universal, so I hope that's the legacy of the movie in American show business.

  • Well, thanks for joining me to hop pods in one sitting.

  • I've never done that dimension of barbecue on a barbecue.

  • And if you are one of the three people who haven't watched crazy, rich Asians, you better do that shit right now on The Daily Show on The Daily Show.

  • And what Twitter and Instagram.

  • I got a website.

  • He's on yell leaving reviews.

  • Let's leave him a review.

  • You did a great job now coming from with you anytime.

So tripe is the inner lining of the stomach.

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ロニー・チェンとマイク・チェンがカレー鍋を解説|カレーショップ (Ronny Chieng and Mike Chen Explain Curry Hot Pot | Curry Shop)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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