RECAP | Conor gets eliminated from MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA after Ice Cream fails to melt the Judges’ Hearts

Sunday night was all about being the master of your own masterpiece, but Conor fell short of delivering just that.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 - Conor, VIC (image - 10)
MasterChef Australia Season 13 – Conor, VIC (image – 10)

It was the final day of Masters Week and celebrity chef and master of meats, Curtis Stone, kicked off the two-round elimination challenge – round one would see contestants cook a beef dish in teams. The two least impressive pairs would send their makers into round two.

In the tasting, Linda and Sabina’s Massaman curry received a big tick from the judges, and Jess and Scott’s grilled oyster blade was applauded for being perfectly cooked.

The least impressive dishes were Amir and Conon’s Greek beef stew which was deemed too dry, and Dan and Justin’s seared sirloin which was not tender enough.
In round two, the contestants had 75 minutes to show the judges a masterful dish of their own choosing.


Justin decided to make his masala spiced sweet potato tacos served on blue corn tortillas and the judges couldn’t fault it. Dan prepared bao buns with pan fried duck, plum sauce and pickled vegetables and they were a winner. Amir made his grandmother’s falafels, Jock noted that they tasted rushed, but they were still some of the best falafels he had ever eaten.

But it was Conor’s green olive ice cream that failed to meet the mark of a master. His grainy and lumpy ice cream was not the work of a professional and sent him home from the MasterChef kitchen.

MasterChef Australia Sunday To Thursday at 7.30pm on 10 And 10 Play On Demand.





Featured Stories

TARA RUSHTON and ARCHIE THOMPSON to lead football commentary team on Channel 10 and Paramount+

All the A-Leagues, Matildas, Socceroos and FFA Cup matches will be broadcast live and hosted by sports presenter and journalist Tara Rushton, sports broadcaster Niav Owens, 10 Sport presenter Scott Mackinnon alongside callers and fan favourites Simon Hill and Andy Harper.




FIRST LOOK | John Walsh and a team of experts explore the disappearance of GABBY PETITO

Now, as the search for her fiancé, and person of interest, Brian Laundrie, takes centre stage, the country is left to reckon with its fascination with this case and the trial by media that continues to dominate the news cycle. 

Screen Queensland to build new Film and TV Studio Complex in Cairns

Motivated by high demand from both Australian and international productions to film in this unique and spectacular part of the world, once completed the new studio complex will house a sound stage and support facilities including production offices, construction, wardrobe, and hair and makeup departments, along with an events space and permanent creative tenancy opportunities.