Ok, we are a fair way into MasterChef Australia now, and there are not many “hidden” contestants left.
Who can you see making it to finals week?
I’m thinking Pete (the vegetable guy with long, blond hair) and Depinder will be there.
I love the look of Kishwar’s food but don’t know if she can pull off a fancy pants pastry that may be required down the track.
I can see Sabina being a great success in years to come as she has organisation and grit, but she lacks the breadth of food experience that comes only with age.
Meanwhile, kudos to Andy for his vast improvement as a judge this season – he’s much more articulate and comfortable in the role.
This elimination is played over two rounds. In the first round, contestants must identify the 14 game meats on display. The six contestants with the lowest scores will cook off in round two.
It’s Second Chance Week in the MasterChef kitchen. Across the week, 11 previously eliminated contestants are back with not one, but two chances to get back in the competition.
Renowned pastry chef Anthony Hart reveals his pressure test dish: chocolate oasis. The contestants have 2 hours and 15 minutes, plus a further eight minutes to plate up Anthony’s creation.
This episode, the 10 returning contestants can choose between a clear mystery box where the ingredients are visible or a regular mystery box where the ingredients are hidden.
Four contestants are told they will have two-and-a-half hours to prepare a three-course menu. But the catch is that after each course is tasted, one contestant will be knocked out of the competition.