MasterChef favourites Poh Ling Yeow and Adam Liaw are teaming up for a new SBS Food show.
The famous Australian chefs will show off the very best of Malaysian cuisine in the series.
The show, Adam and Poh’s Malaysia in Australia, is set to premiere on October 7 at 8.30pm on SBS Food.
Each episode, the culinary greats set out on a quest to find the freshest Australian produce as they try to recreate the popular Malaysian dishes like juicy beef rendang and crispy roti canai.
In between their cook-offs, fans can expect to pick up expert tips from Malaysian expats, farmers and even a Hollywood superstar.
‘This is the first time Poh and I have been on camera together, so making this series has been a huge amount of fun,’ Adam said in a statement.
‘But it’s also a valuable opportunity to highlight the connections between Australia and Malaysia, two nations that share such a long history and which are so special to both of us.’
Meanwhile, Poh revealed she is mostly excited to blend the best of both Australian produce and Malaysian flavours.
‘We have such great produce here in our own backyard, but what always surprises me is how even the tiniest of places can create delicious experiences.
‘Together, Adam and I are hitting the road to find inspiration for Malaysian cuisine right here in the place we call home,’ she added.
She rose to fame on the inaugural season of MasterChef Australia back in 2009, where she placed runner-up behind Julie Goodwin.
Meanwhile, Adam is best known for winning MasterChef in 2010.
Adam and Poh’s Malaysia in Australia is set to premiere on Thursday, 7 October at 8.30pm on SBS Food.