From April 12, lifestyle channel Zee Zest from Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited is bringing season 10 of MasterChef Australia, promising a season full of surprises. The show will air every Monday at 4.30 pm.
It is conceptualised on contestants being tested by international and local culinary legends to create delicious home-cooked meals.
The show’s hosts and judges Gary Mehigan, Matt Preston and George Calombaris return for the 10th year, to encourage and share their insights with the new bunch of talented chefs. This season will also see winners of the nine previous seasons at the auditions to mentor the 24 home cooks who will have the privilege of donning the MasterChef apron.
Amit Nair, Business Head, Zee Zest, said, “MasterChef Australia is a globally renowned series that exemplifies all that Zee Zest stands for. With our core tenet to unlimit experiences for our viewers, this intriguing show brings forth in a unique manner how home chefs of diverse backgrounds and skill sets unlimit their potential and express themselves through a common love — Food! Encompassing a gamut of emotions and thrills — from interesting cooking styles, presentations and unique challenges and tests, the show makes for an exhilarating watch.”
MasterChef Australia 10 is geared up to raise the bar, by not only intensifying tasks but also by drawing the world’s outstanding culinary icons. The series welcomes back some of the most respected chefs in the world, including Adriano Zumbo, Curtis Stone and Nigella Lawson. And for the first time in the show’s history, Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay makes an appearance, giving contestants unique challenges for an entire week. Viewers will also get the chance to witness the magic of Indian chef Saransh Goila, who is known for his revolutionary butter chicken recipes.
Another surprise to look forward to is, one lucky group of contestants will have the opportunity to cook for His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales in Darwin, with insight from Prince Charles’ wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, in a never-seen-before challenge.