From backyard cooking classes to battling legends on “Iron Chef America,” celebrity chef and restaurateur Jet Tila has carved a niche as a culinary storyteller.
Move over, Pad Thai — there's a new king of Thai food in the US! Use Jet's cherry tomato cutting hack and lessons in the 5 flavors of Thai food to whip up the classic street food anytime you like.
Yang Chow Fried Rice
Start cooking Chinese food with the first recipe Jet learned from his grandmother — a combo fried rice with shrimp and BBQ pork. Jet teaches you to stir fry and avoid "bad juju" when cooking rice.
Galbi Korean Marinated Short Ribs
A savory marinade — and plenty of time to soak it up — is the key to these flanken-cut Korean ribs known as galbi. Jet shows you how to make the classic dish and avoid burn spots and splattering.
Thai BBQ Chicken
This juicy Thai chicken showcases the delicate flavors of lemongrass, coconut, curry, and Chinese soy sauce. Learn all about these ingredients and how to use them in this family-friendly favorite.
Classic Lo Mein Noodles
Soft egg noodles in gravy are a great excuse to brush up on your knife skills. Slice your way through bok choy, chop scallions Jet's way, and master fresh ginger with this easy weeknight dish.
Once you try this classic Chinese takeout dish at home, you'll never go back. Along the way, Jet teaches you principles of Asian sauces, making tempura batter, and deep frying safely at home.
Tom Yum Soup
The complex flavors in this iconic soup come from the wide array of Thai ingredients you'll learn to use: fresh lemongrass, galangal root, Thai lime leaves, fish sauce, nam prik pao, and more!
Korean Short Rib Tacos
Jet pulls from French, Korean, and Mexican traditions to make these tasty braised short rib tacos with a Korean gochujang salsa. Olé?
Japchae (or Chap Chae)
Make this perfectly-balanced Korean noodle dish with bulgogi beef and get important stir-fry tips, a lesson in which oils to use when, and how to work with potato starch noodles.