Ching prepares Chicken chow mein for the Beijing-bound British women's Olympic rowing squad, and teaches Olympic medal-winning rower Katherine Grainger how to cook a healthy version of Sweet and sour pork. Plus, she offers tips on using a wok, cooking rice and store cupboard staples.
Ching cooks Egg fu yung (inspired by a Taiwanese street dish) and Crispy duck, and meets an organic tofu-maker in Leicestershire to learn about making top-notch bean curd. Later she cooks for builders and meets friend Wendy Jenkins, a racehorse trainer, for even more street food.
Ching heads to Ullapool on the far north-west coast of Scotland for langoustines. Then she goes further north to the tiny village of Kinlochbervie. The nearest Chinese takeaway is 60 miles away! She creates an array of Chinese seafood dishes, as well as her unique version of fish and chips.
This week Ching explores the fashionable world of noodles, dim sum and dumplings, and tries her recipes out on some of the dancers of the English National Ballet. Plus, she shows the owner of a London fashion house how to make dim sum after learning from one of London's leading dim sum chefs.
Ching cooks Zesty chilli tiger prawns for people who know all about heat - firemen from the north-west of England. She also visits one of the northernmost chilli farms in the world in Chorley, Lancashire. She sets up a stall at Chorley market, winning over the crowd with her Chilli chicken.
Final episode: Ching cooks Chinese food for hungry children. Later, with the help of her childhood friend, showbiz journalist Lina Mahdavi, she prepares a healthy celebration banquet. Her cooking is put to the test when her parents and extended family from Shanghai arrive as a surprise.
Search through a list of all recipes featured in the series.
This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.