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  • I've been kicked around the kitchens by Malaysian auntie's.

  • I've tried pure Malay Chinese Malay, but I'm yet to experience Indian fusion.

  • So I'm putting my faith in a Buddhist temple famous for its Curries.

  • One in five Malaysians is a Buddhist and tomorrow is Lisa.

  • That's Buddha's birthday to you and May Place is amazing, but it's birthday tomorrow.

  • So shoes celebration 10,000 guests arriving.

  • Temple staff are preparing a supersized feast on Have volunteered to help.

  • I've been summoned to see the chief monk.

  • He wants to make sure that I'm up to the task of cooking for a very important guest of honor.

  • Yeah, good to see you.

  • Happy to be here A little bit nervous.

  • About 10,000 guests arriving tomorrow to celebrate tomorrow.

  • Our honorable Prime Minister of Malaysia.

  • He's coming toe.

  • Join with us Price.

  • I hope you prepare some one or two pieces for him?

  • Yes, And his wife?

  • Right.

  • I couldn't reply the like macaroni or something.

  • Macaroni au funding.

  • Macaroni!

  • I'm in Malaysia.

  • No, east end of London.

  • No macaroni and cheese.

  • Now it means so much for me to cook a Malaysian style indium curry and to bring macaroni and cheese over.

  • And I give you a blessing for you, please.

  • Thank you.

  • Understand?

  • Sometimes you get a little bit angry.

  • You don't watch television.

  • D yeah.

  • Again.

  • Wish you could have had you.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah.

  • So you might not do any well thing you must try your best to.

  • No good thing.

  • Yes, I think.

  • Try your best thing.

  • Good thing Rice.

  • Don't go to extremely how get Master's advice.

  • Everything in middle part.

  • The major part.

  • Nice to meet you.

  • Thank you.

  • You're trying your best not to get angry.

  • So I give you some from Chechnya.

  • You can see my photo.

  • That's amazing.

  • I've got a pen like that Goes with the new lady turned upside down, The bikini comes down.

  • But that's an evil thought and I'll keep that for later.

  • Chief, Bit of freak me out is when he asked me to cook macaroni and cheese cooking macaroni and cheese for the prime Minister.

  • I'll get shot.

  • Changed my opinion on Buddhism?

  • Not as yet, No.

  • Although it may be worthwhile doing it one day for these little beauties here.

  • Pens like that.

  • That flag like that, You know, it's just I want to check out the kitchen that'll be cooking in tomorrow, and it's run by another Auntie.

  • Mrs.

  • Roper, How are you?

  • Nice to see likewise.

  • That's after you.

  • Thank us.

  • When did you guys start?

  • Tonight.

  • When was it about you?

  • Could be working throughout the night.

  • Mrs.

  • Group has been cooking here for 25 years, and she used to caging for big crowds.

  • So where's the where's the big kitchen?

  • This is the big kitchen.

  • This is it for 10,000 guests because his Buddha's birthday everything on the menu has to be vegetarian.

  • And that's not a prospect.

  • I relish is not fantastic.

  • But it's not bad.

  • Maybe the monks Macaroni wasn't such a bonkers idea after all.

  • Respect what they're doing, However, you know it's vegetarian food, and it's not the most glamorous at best time.

  • So I'm gonna make it into something magical.

  • With the help of Mrs Rieper, I'm midway through my great escape to Malaysia on I've discovered a cuisine that's one of the most complex I've ever encountered.

  • Today it's his birthday, and I've been given the great honor of cooking a Malaysian style veggie curry for the prime minister.

  • There's gonna be thousands of people visiting this temple this morning.

  • So in order to get there on time, very kind of Give me a police escort.

  • I've had no time to prepare, so anything could happen, I suppose.

  • My biggest worry is that I haven't tested this dish.

  • It I'm gonna cook in the flight.

  • I'll get Argo on the spur of the moment.

  • That's the danger.

  • All of the ingredients used by the temple's army of cooks are donated.

  • Some going to have to make do with whatever is left over university.

  • Did you sleep?

  • Yes.

  • I don't know.

  • I didn't see what I mean is that the vegetables have got left over between college flat tomorrow alongside the leftover veg kitchen, boss, Mrs Groupers laid out the dried spices that form the basis of all her Curries, cheeseburger, turmeric, curry powder and then red chili star anise, cinnamon.

  • Have some coriander seeds to give his career real Malaysian fusion twist.

  • I'm adding a good thick slug off.

  • Coconut milk is a hard balance to perfect because the Malaysian tradition has got a strong Indian influence on a Chinese influence.

  • Said they've got the spicy with sweetness as well.

  • So I'm hoping that tamarin on a coconut, what sort of help takes in that heat out of the current.

  • But things were about to get a lot hotter in here.

  • The prime Minister's aides are in the building, and they seem worried that it might be about to poison the PM.

  • All right.

  • You mentioned a safe.

  • Trust me, it's safe.

  • Yeah, definitely.

  • You'd like to taste it?

  • Certainly.

  • It's like the food, please.

  • Okay.

  • Yeah.

  • What about grumpy?

  • All excited.

  • Like it.

  • Thank you.

  • I can honestly say that's a first for me.

  • Hopefully, Mrs Roper will be more enthusiastic.

  • Food police have been in a taste.

  • Very nice Smell.

  • A very nice little bit.

  • Taste Very nice.

  • A bit more.

  • A bit more.

  • Go back there.

  • Wow.

  • Around here.

  • So she says more salt.

  • It means, sure.

  • Go for that.

  • Two seconds.

  • We start plating up, Mr Rupert, Close your eyes with the PM and his wife in place in the Grand Hall.

  • His elite bodyguard is standing by to take us through.

  • Come to the Children.

  • Ready, right.

  • Nearly seven.

  • First point minutes till the moment.

  • Let's go.

  • Lead the way.

  • Busy.

  • Rupert.

  • Where we going to give you the tray and I'll serve it.

  • I tell you what you're missing.

  • Group has never met the PM, so want her in there with me?

  • Mrs.

  • Roof Coming, Mrs Rupert!

  • Coming.

  • Come on, baby.

  • Coming!

  • Coming!

  • Come on!

  • The promise is waiting for you, Mrs Rupert.

  • Let's go, baby.

  • Good afternoon, sir.

  • Lazy gentlemen.

  • Welcome.

  • Absolute pleasure.

  • Pretty good to see, Madame.

  • Pleasure.

  • Good to see you.

  • Thank you very much, Chief.

  • Good to see this is an Indian style Malaysian vegetable curry.

  • Thank you.

  • You happy?

  • Yeah, very, very good.

  • Thank you.

  • I'm trying to see what you think, right?

  • Best wishes, Please.

  • Enjoy.

  • So absolute pleasure.

  • Thank you.

  • Wish indeed.

  • It's crazy out there.

  • She's happy.

  • That's the most important point.

  • Mrs.