Next Episode of Ainsley Harriott's Street Food is
Ainsley Harriott embarks on a global culinary adventure.
Ainsley tracks down authentic, original recipes, from cumin-spiced meatballs to slow-braised lamb with young figs, and gets caught up in a riot
Ainsley samples rotis on the beach, fish cakes, the hottest hot sauce, flying fish, pig tails, spiced lobster and rum-glazed chicken
It's minus ten degrees in Iceland, but Ainsley discovers street food galore, from lobster soup to ceviche, cake baked in a geyser, and lamb smoked in dung
In Taipei, Taiwan's capital city and one of the greatest food destinations in the world, Ainsley finds braised fish, chilli pork stir fry, steaming noodles, grilled dumplings and crispy duck
In Sicily, Ainsley enters street food heaven with stuffed sardines, fresh tuna, arancini and fried calamari. He also meets the city's anti-mafia foodie mayor.
In the city known as Japan's kitchen, Ainsley tries oyster tempura, udon noodles, chilli prawns - and even raw chicken - surely the most dangerous food in the world?
Ainsley has slow-cooked pork, calamari braised in red wine, and deep fried artichoke hearts in Madrid. There's also garlicky prawns, and sardines and wine - for breakfast!
In Fes, in Morocco, Ainsley visits the sprawling medina and cooks pastilla pie, tagine with rose couscous, and chicken kebabs
In the home of fusion cooking, Ainsley makes a seafood laksa and black pepper prawns. There's also a roadside spicy peanut, mango and chilli salad.
Ainsley is on the final leg of his Street Food journey in Amman in Jordan, where recipes include a secret Bedouin method of slow-cooking whole spiced lamb
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