Latest stories: MasterChef Australia
Tracy Collins’ dream run in MasterChef Australia is rolling on. Hard on the heels of securing the power apron and the ability to shape the competition last week
Not only did they have to create a croquembouche, one of the hardest dishes in MasterChef Australia history, there was only one recipe to be split between them.
It was a day in the MasterChef Australia kitchen that Laura and Georgia had been dreading: a pressure test elimination challenge which pitted the two best friends against each other.
Marco Pierre White saw out his epic week in the MasterChef Australia kitchen with an elimination challenge.
In a dramatic and unprecedented turn of events, last nights episode of MasterChef Australia saw Laura Cassai, 19, become the first amateur cook to win an immunity pin
Off the back of a dish that Marco Pierre White described as a “horror movie”, Bryon Finnerty found himself facing elimination tonight along with Amy Shields and Tash Shan.
MasterChef Australia favourites Laura, Sam and Byron donned the black aprons tonight after their poor performance in last night's chocolate invention test.
When the judges revealed that the pressure test had been set by not one but two chefs and included not one but two dishes, Steven Peh admitted to being twice as nervous.
With the memory of last week’s gruelling three round elimination challenge still fresh in his mind, Sean Baxter once again pulled on the dreaded black apron, to defend his place in the MasterChef kitchen.
Network Ten has today confirmed Masterchef Australia will return in 2015 for its seventh season.
While the curiosity factor is likely to bring in audiences on night one, its hard to imagine 'Harry' providing any long term success for Ten.
Contestants Nick Doyle, Sean Baxter and Sarah Todd had just two hours to recreate Lake House owner and executive chef Alla Wolf-Tasker’s “Rivers and Lakes” speciality.
In a unique three-round elimination challenge titled, ‘How far can your fish go?’ Western Australia’s Nicole Cleave embarked on a strategy that was met with concern and apprehension from both the MasterChef judges and contestants.
The pressure to produce a “super hard” version of steak and chips sent UK-born Western Australian girl Deepali Behar home tonight on MasterChef Australia’s first pressure test challenge of 2014.
With a palette that tends more towards bold, southern-style soul food flavours, tonight’s Asian-themed challenge brought Brisbane’s Brendan Langfield unstuck.
Emotions ran high on tonight’s episode on MasterChef Australia when the Top 24 entered the MasterChef Australia kitchen for the first time – only to realise there was someone missing.