With no set rules in place, the contestants must mutually decide the cook time to create a dish, sweet or savoury, that best proves to the judges they have come back to win.
The pressure is on in as the makers of the top three dishes from the mystery box challenge will battle it out tomorrow for one last chance at winning immunity this season.
Phil Wood from two of Victoria’s finest restaurants, reveals that round one is a pressure test. Contestants have 75 minutes to replicate his dish, potatoes duchess with shiitakes and cauliflower.
In the battle for top five, contestants must choose two cloches and cook with the ingredients underneath. They can give up one cloche and select a third, however they must cook with the third ingredient.
This episode’s mystery box is inspired by colour. The dish can be sweet or savoury, and contestants can access the pantry with the garden also in play. So why is Melissa so emotional?
In this episode’s elimination, contestants are challenged to cook a classic dish. Could this be Reynold’s final cook in the kitchen? I really want someone to do a croquembouche because it’s such a MasterChef thing. Maybe Emelia will go for… Continue Reading
Three heavy hitters of the competition go head-to-head. Who will make top six? A reminder: No MasterChef until Sunday.
Our dreams have come true! The contestants need to use ALL the ingredients in their mystery box to create two dishes – a sweet and a savoury dish. I think someone like Callum would be good at this.
I’m so happy to see MasterChef bring back the cube taste test – I just hope they all last a few rounds so we are not left squinting at the screen, trying to work the leftovers out. The first four… Continue Reading
Every five minutes an ingredient that can be used in their cook is revealed to our contestants. They can start cooking at any time but only have access to the ingredients revealed up to that point. And that’s it for… Continue Reading