The 44-year-old BBC presenter was joined in the kitchen by chef Ching-He Huang who set about showing viewers her recipe for Macanese minchi.
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Before the pair got stuck into preparing the dish, however, Matt greeted the British Chinese chef, who was dressed in a pretty cerulean day dress.
“I’m a bit worried you’re going to mess that nice dress up,” he said, as they made their way into the kitchen.
“Oh, it’s alright. This old thing,” she joked. “It would look better on you.”
“Thanks,” he replied, before quipping: “That’s for Friday nights.
“I’m joking,” he added as a ripple of laughter spread through the Saturday Kitchen guests and crew.
Moving on from Matt’s cheeky confession, Ching proceeded to explain her dish, saying: “We’re going to make Macanese minchi, it’s basically a fantastic Sunday brunch dish.”
She lined up pork and potatoes to make the meat and potato hash, which she set about cooking with a simple method using a wok.
“It’s really just everything in the wok,” she announced.
The fusion food comprised of a mix of Chinese and Portuguese styles.
“I’m doing research for my next book and I thought we’d go back to fusion and where it all came from,” Ching said.
“Reinterpreting and making it yours is the best really.”
The recipe also required onion, garlic, rice wine, oyster and soy sauces in order to flavour the pork.
Ching’s creation featured fried eggs on top of the hash, which was served with jasmine rice.
Elsewhere, Saturday Kitchen favourite Matt recently spoke out on “diva” guests.
In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, the TV chef said of the celebrities who come on the show: “I have to say, they’re generally great fun and I don’t think I’ve had any divas.
“It’s great though when they love their food.”
He also admitted he could always tell when a star didn’t want to indulge too much.
“It is quite obvious when you’ve got someone on the show who’s watching their weight,” he said.
Saturday Kitchen continues next Saturday at 10am on BBC One.