Taets, which is not cooked in oil (3 photos)Kang Chan Three virtuoso chef from the city of Chiang Mai (Thailand). It can make you a great chicken-fried so that you lick your fingers.
And while the Three Chan may surprise you a unique focus. Throw up right in the dish with boiling oil. And the skin he will not remain single, even light, burn.
50-year taets similarly without consequences can pull out a ready meal, grabbing pasted pans without any tack and mittens. He will not have a single blister or reddening.
At the time, Kahn was in Guinness Book of Records for having pulled out of the red-hot 480 degrees oil 20 chicken breasts for 1 minute. Kahn was first discovered his unique talent seven years ago at the amazing circumstances. Rodent with a mango tree dropped directly into standing under a tree, a vessel full of boiling oil, fresh fruit. Molten fat flew in all directions, falling on his face and hands by men. And to his surprise, he then found no host no burns.
"Now I can fry vegetables and rice on a baking sheet directly with bare hands," says Kahn.
Their foci Three Chan soon earned international fame and tourists arriving in Chiang Mai, try not to miss a moment to visit the stall Three Chan, where he prepares food for sale. People like it and they do not cease to surprise his ability, disbelief and buy him a chicken just to see how he pulls her bare hands in boiling oil.
Don't try this at home! 'Superhands' chef takes cooking to the extreme by dipping his bare hands into BOILING fat
Last updated at 1:45 PM on 6th June 2011
Dipping his hands into hot boiling fat, this chef takes his cooking to extremes.
Kann 'Superhands' Trichan can bury his hands in boiling fat and sieve fried chicken with his own fingers.
Amazingly the 50-year-old - a world record holder - walks away with no blisters at all.
Mr Trichan, from Chiang Mai, in Thailand, said: 'When I put my hands into the oil it feels hot but it doesn't burn or blister my skin. I can fry rice, chicken, and many things with just my bare hands.'
Superhands: Kann Trichan feels no pain and his skin is unaffected by the boiling fat at his fried chicken stall in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Fast finger food: Mr Trichan holds the world record for plucking 20 pieces of chicken from 480c fat in one minute
Mr Trichan discovered his unique talent seven years ago when he was accidentally splashed with hot oil but suffered no injury.
The father of two was working on his fried chicken stall when he saw a squirrel balancing on a tree eating a mango.
Look, no blisters: Mr Trichan's wife and children say they never tire of watching him at work
The mango fell and splashed into a huge wok of hot fat right next to him.
He said: 'The fat flew everywhere, all over my head, arms, hands. It should have seriously hurt me.
'I remember looking in the mirror, expecting to see blisters and red blotches, but there was nothing,' he added. 'The redness had disappeared. There was nothing.'
To the astonishment of his fellow market stall holders, he went back to work the next day.
'They couldn't believe I was back at work so soon,' he laughed. 'And then everyone wanted to see this man who had survived a hot oil shower.'
Mr Trichan started experimenting and began picking out pieces of fried chicken from a pan of hot fat with his hands.
He said: 'The people were loving it. They'd never seen anything like it before.
'People were coming from all over just to buy my chicken and watch me spoon it out with my hands.'
Over the past seven years Mr Trichan has become an international star and has traveled the world with his wife, Tuan, 45, showcasing his skills.
His daughter, Supalak, 34 and son Jessada, 27, couldn't be prouder.
'We never get bored of watching him, it's amazing,' said Jessada. 'We're very proud to have a dad like him.'
Mr Trichan holds the Guinness Book of World Record for picking 20 pieces of fried chicken out of 480c boiling fat in 1 minute.
'I have no idea how I can do what I do,' he said. 'It's crazy, but my stall gets busier and busier every day with tourists and customers wanting to see me.'
His popular little stall sits outside Chiang Mai technical college, 470 miles north of Bangkok.
He said: 'Don't forget, when you're in the area come and see me and try my chicken - The Fried Chicken Iron Hands Man.'
Unscathed: Mr Trichan discovered his skill when a squirrel dropped a mango into a pan next to him, splashing boiling fat all over him
Tourist attraction: Over the past seven years Mr Trichan has become a celebrity with people flocking to his stall in Chiang Mai
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