KYLIE Millar is back with a vengeance — arguably the most Millar's time since MasterChef Australia has been capped by a job at Ben. MASTERCHEF finalist Ben Ungermann has spoken of his regret after losing his licence for drink-driving as he prepares for the shows final. Masterchef hotties Ben and Andy return for the Mexican challenge Calombaris and Gary Mehigan stalked the kitchen ahead of service . The following day, the Red's will fight it out against each other in an elimination challenge. .. figure as she strolls arm-in-arm with wife Emma Portner for rare date.
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Tamara's use of the hibachi grill for her duck dish met with acclaim. Sam succeeded in the cooking of his lamb apart from his use of fruit. Michelle's crepe dessert was applauded for the use of apple in three different ways.
Ray tried to think of a dish with the use of a fryer and an oven, and he decided to cook a simple fish and chips dish, of which the judges were not impressed with its lack of originality. Arum, despite his concerns of the rareness of his steak after having issues with his cooking time, was commended on the quality of his dish.
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It was clear that Ray's dish did not match the competition and he was eliminated. Water - Heston Blumenthal took the Top 12 contestants on a road trip around Victoria for the week's challenges inspired by the four classical elements. They arrive at Swan Hill on the Murray River for their first challenge based on water. Contestants were given 75 minutes to cook a dish with Heston's Mystery Box ingredients: Diana, Karlie and Sarah produced the top dishes, with Diana gaining the advantage of extra time and mentoring by Heston in the second round.
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The least-performing contestants from the following challenges will be sent to this week's Elimination round. In the Invention Test, some of the contestants produced inventive dishes but Diana whose elements in her dessert were disjointedTamara whose technical dessert was too sweet and Sarah who served undercooked yabbies struggled. Consequently, Diana and Sarah were the first two contestants to face elimination. Earth - The remaining contestants arrived at the silo mill in Brim, Victoria for their second challenge.
They were divided into pairs and had 75 minutes to cook a main dish and dessert inspired by the earth element. The Purple Team Karlie and Nicole were first to be declared safe after impressing with their saltbush lamb dish, and grapes and grains dessert. While the Blue Team's Callan and Sam dessert pleased the judges, their chocolate lamb dish was deemed the worst with undercooked meat and an unnecessary flavour combination. The elements conflicted in the main dish of the Yellow Team Arum and Benhowever, their refined dessert was enough to save them and the Blue Team was sent to elimination.
Air - The contestants arrive at the salt pans of Mildura for their air element-based challenge. They split into two teams to cook a three-course meal, including a salt element dessert, to be served to the guests and the judges. Eventually, the Blue Team wins and were pronounced safe with their other course dishes.
For the Red Team, their dessert failed to meet the brief and they were sent to elimination. The challenge was a two-round Invention Test cooking dishes savoury and sweet with the element of fire as inspiration. But "it all came crashing down in the 15 minutes of plating up", Ben explained as his dessert's first 'egg yolk' made of caramel burst, leaving him frantic. I felt like I was making really good time but I put the first egg yolk on the scoby and it just blew up.
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It was just downhill from there," he told the judges, while shaking his head in defeat. Ten Yet his flavours stood up against Eloise's grainy pana cotta and overcooked parsnip, which "gave a bitterness to the dish" and sent her packing. His only other competitor in the challenge, Diana, had already sailed through. It was nail-biting stuff in what could be described as a slightly lacklustre series due to the lack of 'storm out' drama associated with Australian reality television this year.
Ben failed to get Kylie Millar's dessert eggs-actly right. Ten While MasterChef has stood the test of time by proffering up excellent cooks who go on to have food industry careers, rather than divas who garner a flash-in-the-pan TV status for a season, the level of cooking has almost become too high-end.
Amateur cooks are now plating like Ben Shewry from Attica, or testing the boundaries of molecular gastronomy like Heston Blumenthal to quote Gary Mehigan, "no one will forget the name Callan Smith".
It feels unrelatable, much like MasterChef's short-lived "Professionals" season. And the ratings, for a time, reflected that. Marshmallow went flying in dramatic end to Ben's cook on MasterChef.