MasterChef Adam Liaw: Culinary Maestro's Recipes & Bio Unveiled!

Master Chef Adam Liaw
Master Chef Adam Liaw is a Malaysian Australian cook, television presenter and author. He was the winner of the second series of MasterChef Australia, defeating student Callum Hann in the final. Follow the story of how he became a chef and won many cooking competitions. there are also his own recipes that you must try.

Adam Liaw (born 8 September 1978) is a Malaysian Australian cook, television presenter and author. He was the winner of the second series of MasterChef Australia, defeating student Callum Hann in the final

Early life

Adam Liaw was born in Penang, Malaysia to a Malaysian Chinese father, Dr Siaw-Lin Liaw, and a Singaporean-born English mother, Dr Joyce Hill AM. He is the second of three children, with an older brother Aron, and younger sister Amber Dawn. The family moved to Adelaide when Adam Liaw was aged 3. After his parents divorced and his mother moved to New Zealand, Adam Liaw lived with his paternal grandmother Kwei-Eng Chew, whom he credits with a huge influence on his cooking and his life.

Adam Liaw completed Year 11 at Prince Alfred College at age 14 and enrolled in university at 16. He graduated with a double degree in Science and Law from the University of Adelaide at 21.

After graduation Adam Liaw was employed by Kelly & Co Lawyers in Adelaide where he worked in technology, commercial/corporate law, business advisory and international trade. He was also a committee member, legal adviser and secretary of the Hong Kong Australia Business Association, assisting South Australian companies to expand their business into Hong Kong and mainland China. In 2004, Liaw moved to Japan where he worked in media law for The Walt Disney Company.

Master Chef Adam Liaw Biodata

  • Nama Chef: MasterChef Adam Liaw
  • Asal: Malaysia
  • Gelaran: MasterChef Australia
  • Residence: Australia
  • Highest Achievement: 2010 Winner MasterChef Australia Season 2, Book and Cooking Television Program. UNICEF Australian’s Ambassador etc.

MasterChef, Books and Television


On 29 September 2009 Master Chef Adam Liaw announced via Twitter that he was considering auditioning for MasterChef. In April 2010 he was announced as one of the top 24 finalists in MasterChef Australia, Season 2. Despite winning a challenge cooking the dishes of celebrity chefs, Adam Liaw doubted he had sufficient technique to win the title.

On 22 July 2010 Adam Liaw was the first challenger awarded a place in the grand finale.

On Sunday, 25 July 2010 he was announced the winner of MasterChef Australia, Season 2, defeating Callum Hann 89–82 for the title. His victory is still the most watched non-sporting television event in Australian history.

Aside from his winner’s book deal, Master Chef Adam Liaw is considering other business opportunities, including an izakaya restaurant with Tokyo-based Australian chef and friend Matthew Crabbe. On 17 September 2010 it was confirmed that Adam Liaw and Crabbe would be joined by a third business partner, Nathan Smith.


As the winner of MasterChef Season 2, Master Chef Adam Liaw was given the opportunity to write his own cookbook. The book is called Two Asian Kitchens (ISBN 9781864711356), and was published by Random House Australia in April 2011. Split into two main sections – the Old Kitchen and the New Kitchen -Adam Liaw explores recipes that he has grown up with, along with new creations. The book has received positive reviews in the Australian media.

Adam Liaw has since published more cookbooks, Asian After Work (2013), Adam’s Big Pot (2014), Asian Cookery School (2015) and The Zen Kitchen (2016). He also writes for Fairfax newspapers’ Good Food, Sunday Life magazine and The Guardian. He used to write for The Wall Street Journal’s Scene Asia.


On 14 March 2012 it was announced that Master Chef Adam Liaw had landed his own travel/food TV show, Destination Flavour, which aired on the SBS network in late 2012.

In August 2012 Destination Flavour premiered on SBS ONE. This series was also co-hosted by Renee Lim and Lily Serna. In September 2013, Destination Flavour: Japan had its official launch on SBS ONE with Adam as the sole host, followed by Destination Flavour: Down Under in September 2014. Destination Flavour: Scandinavia premiered on SBS Australia in 2016. “Destination Flavour: Singapore” premiered on SBS Australia in January 2017

In March 2017 “Hidden Japan with Master Chef Adam Liaw” premiered on SBS Food Network.


Master Chef Adam Liaw is also UNICEF Australia’s National Ambassador for Nutrition.

He is prolific on social media. BuzzFeed Australia listed ’19 Reasons You Need to Follow Aussie Chef Adam Liaw on Twitter and Instagram’, and ’17 Times Aussie Chef Adam Liaw Nailed It on Social Media in 2015′ in December 2015.

Master Chef Adam Liaw was named by All Nippon Airways as the Culinary Ambassador for ANA Australia

Master Chef Adam Liaw Recipes

The following are Master Chef Adam Liaw recipes that you would try at home.

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The following are Master Chef Adam Liaw recipes that you would try at home.

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