MasterChef Australia is back for its ninth season, promising bigger, brighter and bolder culinary delights and challenges.
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Tonight, the clock is ticking... but why isn't one contestant cooking?
Tonight on MasterChef, all they need to do is make two identical dishes... but there is a twist!
Double Episode: The contestants have 3 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.
Contestants have an hour to create a dish from the Mystery Box ingredients, with only three dishes to be tasted. The maker of the winning dish will receive an advantage in the invention test.
Contestants have 75 minutes to cook a delicious dish to avoid elimination.
Contestants have 60 minutes to cook a savoury dish inspired by fire. The two least impressive dishes must then cook off to avoid the elimination challenge.
MasterChef Australia judges and Heston Blumenthal welcome the eight contestants to the Mildura salt pan. The contestants must cook dishes inspired by 'air' in teams of four.
Contestants split into pairs have 75 minutes to cook one main and one dessert that must incorporate the element of earth. The least impressive team will then need to cook off to avoid elimination.
Heston Blumenthal takes the top 12 contestants on a road trip through regional Victoria, first stop is the mighty Murray River in Swan Hill.
The six members of the losing team from the pop-up restaurant challenge enter the kitchen facing elimination. Who will be the next contestant to leave the competition?
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