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Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements. They then had to cook dishes inspired by the memories shown in the photos, with the Top 4 dishes sending their makers into the second Immunity Challenge of the week.
Many of the contestants grew emotional upon seeing their photographs, but all eleven contestants produced outstanding dishes.
Due to the quality of food produced in the challenge, the judges announced that they would be selecting a Top 5, rather than a Top 4, to move into the Immunity Challenge.
Ultimately, it was Brendan, Jess, Khanh, Poh and Reynold who won the chance to compete for the second Weekly Immunity spot.
The other contestants then joined the All-In Elimination Challenge. Fairy Tales Immunity Challenge — For the second Immunity Challenge of the week, Khanh, Brendan, Jess, Poh and Reynold were given 75 minutes to build a dish around a classic fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, The Ugly Duckling, Hansel and Gretel, Little Red Riding Hood, and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Jess picked Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Poh picked The Ugly Duckling, Reynold picked Alice in Wonderland and both Brendan and Khanh picked Beauty and the Beast.
The five contestants took different approaches to interpreting their chosen stories, with varying degrees of success.
Brendan missed the brief of the challenge, while Jess and Poh both had technical errors in their dishes.
Khanh's kladdkaka received positive reviews, but it was no match for Reynold's technically perfect "Down the Rabbit Hole" dessert. The other contestants were then sent to the All-In Elimination.
All-In Elimination: Unusual Flavours — All contestants other than Emelia and Reynold, who had Weekly Immunity, faced a two-round elimination challenge.
In the first round, the contestants were given 75 minutes to cook a dish incorporating two different flavours of ice cream, with the only requirement being that the flavour combinations were unusual and inventive.
Tessa, Reece and Khanh received rave reviews, with Laura and Sarah T. This left Brendan, Jess, Callum, Simon and Poh, who put up the least impressive ice creams, had to cook in the second round, where they were given 60 minutes to cook a dish highlighting one of five unusual flavour pairings lamb and coffee, basil and peanut butter, dark chocolate and soy sauce, mustard and mint, and carrot and raspberry Simon chose to do lamb and coffee, Brendan chose to cook with peanut butter and basil, Jess chose carrot and raspberry and both Poh and Callum picked mustard and mint.
Poh's mustard and mint dish, Callum's mustard and mint dish, and Brendan's basil and peanut butter dish were impressive, but Jess' carrot and raspberry dessert and Simon's lamb and coffee dish received mixed feedback.
While Simon's lamb was cooked perfectly, the other flavours were too far down except for the coffee which dominated too much and made his dish out of balance.
On the other hand, Jess chose to feature what Jock thought was the most difficult pairing: carrots and raspberries, and while she received praise for the concept of her carrot and raspberry-inspired dessert, the dish tasted more of red wine and orange than carrot and raspberry.
Ultimately, the judges felt that Jess had missed the brief, and she was eliminated. Heat 1: Citrus Invention Test — This week was structured as a series of 'heats', where, again, only one contestant will be eliminated.
The eleven contestants were split into three groups to compete across three heats, with the winner of each heat advancing to the Immunity Challenge.
Brendan, Callum and Reynold competed in the first heat, a two-round Invention Test based on citrus. In the first round, they were given 60 minutes to cook a sweet or savoury dish celebrating a citrus fruit of their choice.
Brendan chose navel oranges, Reynold chose limes, and Callum chose mandarins. All three received positive feedback, but Reynold and Callum advanced to the second round, sending Brendan to the All-In Elimination Challenge.
Callum and Reynold were then given 60 minutes to cook a second dish highlighting the same citrus fruit, but because both had chosen to cook desserts in the first round, they now needed to cook savoury dishes.
Reynold's dish was marred by technical errors, but the judges were blown away by Callum's mandarin glazed duck with noodles. Callum then advanced to the Immunity Challenge as Reynold joined the elimination.
Tessa, Khanh and Emelia all received rave reviews, but Reece's dessert suffered from technical errors. In a close decision, Khanh's anchovy dessert beat Emelia's fig and pig dish and secured him the win.
Khanh thus advanced to the Immunity Challenge as Emelia, Reece and Tessa joined the All-In Elimination Challenge. Heat 3: Lotto Mystery Box — For the third and final heat, Laura, Poh, Sarah T.
The judges used a lottery drum to draw random numbers, with each number corresponding to a specific ingredient. This resulted in a Mystery Box containing kale, plums, lemon, champagne, kipfler potatoes, durian, grapes and brown onions.
All four contestants struggled with the lack of protein in the Mystery Box, with Simon and Sarah T. Laura impressed with her cheese and potato dish, but it was no match for the flavours in Poh's lemon sponge cake.
Poh then advanced to the Immunity Challenge as Laura, Simon and Sarah T. Immunity Challenge: Fast-Track to the Top 10 — Poh, Callum and Khanh competed for a fast-track to the Top 10 in a challenge structured as a mock-up of the Grand Finale.
In the first round, the contestants were given 15 minutes to cook a toastie. In the second round, the contestants were given 20 minutes to cook a quick dinner meal.
For the third and final round, the contestants were given 30 minutes to cook a dessert. Callum then won Weekly Immunity for a second time and secured his place in the Top 10, as Poh and Khanh joined the others in the elimination.
All-In Elimination: Aussie Classics — All contestants aside from Callum competed in a two-round elimination challenge themed around iconic Australian dishes.
For the first round, the contestants were given 90 minutes to produce their rendition of a meat pie with sauce.
Poh, Brendan, Laura and Emelia produced the strongest dishes, with Reece and Khanh also scraping through to safety.
This left Reynold, Tessa, Sarah T. They were then given 1 hour to cook any dish that represented Australia for them. Reynold's Cherry Ripe -inspired dessert received rave reviews, with Tessa and Sarah T.
However, Simon's broccoli was panned for being overcooked and soggy. He was thus eliminated, finalizing the Top Blind Pairing Team Challenge — The Top 10 were split into pairs and given 75 minutes to cook identical dishes, but with a wall dividing each pair.
The Green Team Tessa and Reynold were assigned sweet potato as their hero ingredient, the Red Team Emelia and Callum had fennel, the Grey Team Sarah T.
All five teams received positive feedback, but the Blue Team's dishes were declared the best in terms of both flavour and similarity, with the Red Team coming in at a close second.
The Green Team were then also declared safe, leaving the Brown Team and Grey Team to enter the Pressure Test. No-Recipe Pressure Test: Benjamin Cooper's Jungle Curry — Chef Benjamin Cooper arrived to set a Pressure Test for Sarah T.
The contestants were given 90 minutes to replicate his jungle curry dish, but without a recipe. Instead, they were each given a sample dish for comparison to taste throughout the cook.
Reece excelled, and, despite his flawed rotis , produced the closest replication of the curry. Brendan also received unanimous praise for his rendition, leaving Sarah T.
Poh's curry was criticised for its thick consistency and caramelised taste, but Sarah T. This meant that her curry was furthest from the original, and she was eliminated.
Smoking Mystery Box — The contestants opened their Mystery Boxes to find smoking guns, and were given 1 hour to produce a dish featuring smoke as a key component.
Reece, Emelia and Laura all blew the judges away with their desserts, and advanced to the Immunity Challenge. In a split decision, Poh's Sichuan pepper-crusted duck beat Tessa's smoked snapper to win her the final spot in the Top 4.
The rest of the contestants then joined the weekly elimination. Sudden-Death Pumpkin Immunity Challenge — Laura, Poh, Reece and Emelia faced a sudden-death knockout challenge, where they were each given one pumpkin with which to cook across three rounds.
Each round lasted 30 minutes, and, in each round, the contestant with the worst dish would fall out of the running for Weekly Immunity.
Poh was knocked out in the first round, followed by Laura in the second round, leaving Reece and Emelia to go head-to-head in the final round.
Therefore, Reece won Weekly Immunity, sending the rest to join the All-In Elimination Challenge. All-In Elimination: Street Food and Fine Dining — Chef Charlie Carrington arrived to set a two-round elimination challenge for all the contestants aside from Reece.
For the first round, the contestants were split into pairs and given 75 minutes to cook two street food dishes from a given cuisine.
The Orange Team Laura and Emelia were assigned Indian, the Yellow Team Tessa and Brendan got Mexican, the Brown Team Poh and Callum got Lebanese, and the Red Team Khanh and Reynold got Chinese.
The Yellow Team nailed the challenge and received universal acclaim for their dishes, with the Brown Team also receiving somewhat positive feedback.
However, the Red Team's effort was deemed mediocre, and the Orange Team's dishes were marred by technical errors. As a result, the Red and Orange Teams were sent to the second round, where they were given one hour to cook a fine dining dish from a cuisine of their choosing.
Reynold's confit blue-eye and Emelia's Paris-Brest petits fours both received rave reviews and were declared safe. Laura and Khanh were criticised for serving unrefined, rustic dishes and missing the brief of the challenge.
Laura's coq au vin was quail and cognac rather than chicken and wine but her flavours celebrated the classic French dish and her quail was perfectly cooked.
As a result, he was eliminated. Golden Mystery Box — The Top 8 were greeted with a fireworks display and a golden Mystery Box, containing golden raisins, golden Swiss Chard, golden beetroots, golden trout , golden syrup, gold leaf , Golden Delicious apples and gold mustard.
Brendan and Tessa received high praises for their trout dishes, as did Reece and Callum for their desserts. Therefore, they were declared the Top 4 and advanced to the Immunity Challenge, leaving the rest to join the weekly elimination.
Time or Ingredients Immunity Challenge — Tessa, Brendan, Reece and Callum were given up to 90 minutes to gather their ingredients from between 1 and 11 different hidden pantries, with a new pantry being revealed every 5 minutes.
Reece was the first to begin cooking, and had 70 minutes to cook with pantry staples, beef and bones, gin and juniper, roots and alliums, and orchard fruits.
Tessa started second, and had 60 minutes to cook with the addition of leafy greens and grains. Brendan went next, and had 50 minutes to cook with the addition of herbs and quail.
Callum was the last to start, and had only 45 minutes to cook with the addition of shellfish. His mussel escabeche was praised, but he was pipped to the post by Reece, whose gin tart won rave reviews.
Reece thus won Weekly Immunity for the second straight week, sending Callum, Tessa and Brendan to the All-In Elimination. All-In Elimination: One-Inch Cube Challenge — All the contestants other than Reece were faced with the One-Inch Cube Taste Test, where they were blindfolded and tasked with identifying a variety of ingredients shaped into 1-inch cubes.
Tessa mistook celery for celeriac, Reynold mistook ham for turkey, Brendan mistook lime for pomelo, and Emelia mistook kohlrabi for daikon.
Because they had guessed incorrectly, they were sent into the second round. The judges then revealed five different pantries, each showcasing one of the five basic tastes : bitter, salty, sweet, sour and umami.
Brendan, Tessa, Emelia and Reynold were given one hour to use at least one ingredient from each pantry to create a dish that balanced all five basic tastes.
Tessa delivered the dish of the day with her scarlet prawn crudo, leaving Reynold, Brendan and Emelia in jeopardy. Normally, the judges love umami but today was all about balance.
Unfortunately, Brendan's dish elevated umami way too far above the others. Ultimately, the judges felt that Brendan had missed the brief, and he was sent home.
Two-Dish Everything Box — The contestants were presented with a Mystery Box containing 8 ingredients milk, wattle seeds, thyme, hazelnuts, parsnip, ribeye beef, caulini a broccolini and cauliflower hybrid and prickly pear.
They were given 75 minutes to cook a sweet dish and a savoury dish using all eight ingredients across the two dishes. Tessa mistakenly left her parsnip element off the plate and failed to meet the requirements of the challenge, despite receiving high praises for both her dishes.
The performances of the contestants were a mixed bag this time around but Callum, Laura and Poh all did well and were therefore declared the Top 3, advancing to the Immunity Challenge.
The other contestants then joined the All-In Elimination. Alphabet Immunity Challenge — Laura, Poh and Callum were shown 26 cloches, each containing an ingredient for a different letter of the alphabet.
They were each given 7 turns to pick a letter and identify the corresponding ingredient; if identified correctly, the ingredient would be added to their pantry.
Callum got all of his guesses correct, and ended up with rabbit, quark , gochujang , sawtooth coriander , eggplant, kangaroo and nashi pears.
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As per sources, the show will start at the End of April or May first week but that premiere date will be going to confirm as soon as possible. So we are excited about the Masterchef Australia and you all can learn some recipe over to find all the dishes.