MasterChef Australia is an Australian competitive cooking game show based on the original British version of MasterChef. Food critic Matt Preston, chef George Calombaris, and restaurateur and chef Gary Mehigan serve as the show's hosts and judges.
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Champion chocolatier Kirsten Tibballs is in the MasterChef kitchen for this episode's pressure test. Three contestants from the previous invention test must recreate Kirsten's apple pie. Who will be going home?
This episode's mystery box involves some deja vu and later, in the invention test, contestants have 60 minutes to create a dish that takes the judges to a moment in time that evokes a particular memory.
This episode's mystery box holds some of the best-selling ingredients from Coles and along with these, contestants must cook with some of Australia's favourite ingredients: Vegemite, tomato sauce or Milo.
In this episode's elimination, contestants undergo a skills test followed by a seafood platter challenge including raw, fried and steamed elements. MasterClass with judges and Homage restaurant's Ash Martin.
This episode's mystery box challenge has contestants creating dishes using Queensland's finest ingredients. The judges will taste the five most appealing dishes and the winner will head into an immunity challenge.
Secrets Week closes with the previous episode's losing team facing a blindfolded taste test. The first five to guess incorrectly have a 60-minute open pantry cook, but one last secret will ruffle some feathers.
This episode's Pressure Test has contestants recreating a dessert from culinary legend Clare Smyth. During four hours of preparation time, there are tears and even a dish that collapses before the judges' eyes.
It's Legends Week and our cooks have to create a dish using Rick Stein's Mystery Box. Later, a fish and potatoes themed Invention Test determines who will face the Immunity Challenge and Pressure Test.
The bottom team from the previous challenge are presented with an array of condiments they must identify correctly. The first five to guess incorrectly head into an elimination cook. Plus, a Masterclass with Nigella.
Contestants are at the State Library of Victoria and given historical menus from two state dinners to inspire a three-course meal. The team who create the least impressive menu will head into the next elimination.
It's pressure test time for the losing team from the previous challenge. The contestants have 90 minutes to cook Nigella's infamous roast chicken with two sides and gravy. Who will fail to impress and be sent home?
Round 1, cook with either your favourite or least favourite ingredient. Those who produce the bottom four dishes face Round 2 with their remaining ingredient. Masterclass with George, Poh and more faves.
Those that failed to impress in the previous episode are facing the dreaded pressure test. Our cooks are charged with recreating a Darren Purchese dessert, and whoever doesn't impress the judges will be going home.
It's mystery box time and our cooks must create a delicious dish using at least one of the elected ingredients. Next up is the black mystery box, but this time, whoever cooks the worst dish is going home.
This episode is all about raising money for Second Bite, a charity that the program supports. The contestants will cook using only ingredients donated by the charity, cooking a six-course vegetarian degustation menu.
The bottom three contestants from the invention test face elimination. Tonight is a pressure test with a terrifying twist... contestants won't see the dish, taste the dish or even get the recipe! They'll need to follow the clues to cook the dish hidden before them.
The contestants remaining in survival week will learn all about making decisions under pressure as they decide what is of more value to them: time or ingredients. To win the ultimate super power, Samira will take a super risk. Gorgonzola and anchovy? Find out if she's pulled off the impossible.
The mystery box winner and the top three contestants from the invention test compete for immunity. The contestants only have 10 minutes to create a spectacular dish. In a royal race for immunity, who will do the impossible?
George pays a surprise visit to the MasterChef contestant house with a special guest. Together, they reveal the challenge: the contestants are taking over two of Australia's best restaurants. There'll be smokin' hot drama and smokin' hot dishes.
Contestants are shopping for their own mystery box ingredients with only $20 and 20 minutes. Maker of the best dish goes through to the immunity challenge, followed by the winners of the invention test. This will be the most feared challenge: The Team Relay. What will Ben do that will make or break his team? What will be the big surprise in the mystery box?
The bottom three contestants from the previous invention test will face off in this episode's pressure test. The contestants have 75 minutes to complete four of Nigella Lawson's favourite chocolate dishes.
The winner of the mystery box challenge and the three best-performing cooks from the invention test will compete for immunity, with Shannon Bennett back in the kitchen to guide and mentor the contestants.
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In the first elimination challenge of the season, three contestants fight to stay in the competition. They are given 75 minutes to cook, using only the ingredients contained in their fridges from home.
The amateur cooks are given one hour to recreate their signature dish for the first of the two judges' auditions. The judges introduce the nine past winners of the program, who are there to cheer them on.
The contestants have three hours and 45 minutes to recreate Paul Carmichael's Bajan fish fry from Momofuku Seiobo. The contestant with the least impressive dish will be eliminated from the competition.
Masterclass. The final MasterClass of 2016 sees the return of the eliminated contestants. The shoe's on the other foot for George, Gary & Shannon who must cook a dish from ingredients from a special mystery box.
Finals Week. The bottom 3 contestants from the Lake House challenge now face elimination & must impress the judges with a dish produced from the ingredients that they each cooked with to get into the competition.
Finals Week. The top six contestants now face a mystery box challenge containing some of the hottest ingredients being used in the world right now. The winner will gain the advantage going into the invention test.
Masterclass. The losing team from the Food Truck Challenge now face elimination. Under the mentorship of Curtis Stone, they must cook a dish that symbolises what they're going to do once the competition is over.
California Week. Today the contestants are split into teams to run their very own food trucks at the world famous Santa Monica Pier. There is plenty at stake with the winning team guaranteed a place in finals week.
California Week. The MasterChef Australia competition travels to California for the week. With just a map in hand the contestants must track down today's mystery box ingredients from local San Francisco produce shops.
Masterclass. The seven contestants who created the least impressive dishes during the pop-ups now face off to stay in the competition in the final Heston-inspired challenge. Plus, a special Heston Masterclass.
Heston Week. Heston's restaurants are all about taking recipes from the past & giving them a modern twist. Four contestants must prepare a single course inspired by recipes from the past to avoid elimination.
Heston Week. Tonight's challenge, Heston inspires the contestants to create a three-course dessert spread using only the food of the Gods: chocolate. The least impressive team will face the elimination challenge.
Heston Week. Heston Blumenthal returns to MasterChef Australia in the biggest week ever. In a world first, the top 10 contestants open four Heston inspired & supervised MasterChef Australia pop-ups in four days.
Masterclass. The losing fete challenge team now face elimination. Contestants must correctly name cakes, fail to do so & they will need to impress the judges with a cake of their own to stay in the competition.
Masterclass. The contestants from the losing pub lunch challenge team must correctly name an ingredient to avoid the elimination cook-off challenge, as the contestant with the least impressive dish will go home.
In the 1st elimination challenge, three contestants choose a cloche containing a single ingredient to be used in a dish for the judges. The contestant with the least impressive dish will be going home.
Tune in as the winner of MasterChef Australia 2015 will be crowned. The finalists are competing for a 250,000 dollars prize, a monthly column in Australia's leading premium food magazine 'Delicious' plus more!
Curtis Stone is in charge of the service challenge at the Starlight Children's Foundation charity lunch. The contestants are put in two teams and they battle it out to try and raise the most amount of money for charity.
The contestants make their way to Melbourne's Queen Victoria Market and have to work in teams at four different stalls. The team with the least amount of profit will face off in the elimination challenge.
The hopefuls battle it out in a culinary duel over three different rounds. In eachround, they have just thirty minutes and an open pantry to try and come up with their winning dishes. At the end of the show there is another elimination.
The latest mystery box challenge sees the contestants being given 10 ingredients, five chosen by the contestants and the other five chosen by the judges. They then have just sixty minutes to create a delicious meal.
The final six contestants pay a visit to Josie Bones, a restaurant owned by Chris Badenoch, who was a form MasterChef contestant. They are split into teams and have to create three dishes to serve to Chris' customers
with the worst team having to face the next elimination challenge.
The 6 losing contestants from yesterday’s challenge are put in charge of the Ossiano kitchen at The Palms Hotel Atlantis, where they have to create dinner for 50 VIP Atlantis guests as well as Ossiano Vice President, Mark Patten.
The remaining eight contestants are flown to Dubai and split into four teams of two the contestants to face a challenge
that sees them shop in the local Souk Markets and then create a banquet to 36 VIP's.
Fast Food Week gets underway and in the mystery box challenge the twelve remaining contestants are split in four teams, each having to create their own creation of the burger, fried chicken and kebab. They have to face the clock though as time is limited.
Four contestants face the elimination challenge and are joined Ian Curley. The two of them who create the two worst dishes then have to battle it out in round two and one of them will be eliminated from the competition.
The contestants make their way to Penleigh and Essendon High School where Gary introduces two very special guests who were previous students at the school. The challenge today sees the contestants having to feed 450 starving pupils.
The contestants travel toTasmania to take part in a market stall competition, where they are split into four teams. The teams have to run their own take away market stall and make their own unique dish to sell.
The nineteen remaining contestants show up at the MasterChef Kitchen for a flavour matching 'Mystery Box'challenge. One of the contestants manages to push himself a little too far and burns his hand in the process.
The losing 11 contestants from yesterday compete in today's elimination challenge. It features a taste test and cook off so the challenge is tough. One contestant is sent home at the end of the challenge.
The top 12 contestants from last night's Mystery Box are put into pairsand have to forage for their own ingredients at various farms in Mornington Peninsula. They then have to create a sweet or savoury dish.
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