Mumbai, Nov 1 (SocialNews.XYZ) The upcoming episode of the streaming cooking-based reality show ‘MasterChef India’ will see the three-time Michelin Star awardee, Chef Marco Pierre White gracing the show’s kitchen as a special guest judge.
During the course of the episode, contestant Nambie Jessica Marak willingly surrenders her safety power card, a ticket to security in the competition, just for the opportunity to present her dish to Chef Marco.
The competition will get intense as Chef Marco takes to the judges panel as a guest judge.
Chef Marco Pierre White is a British chef, restaurateur, and television personality. In 1995, aged 33, White became the first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars. He has trained notable chefs such as Mario Batali, Heston Blumenthal, Shannon Bennett, Gordon Ramsay and Curtis Stone.
In the upcoming episode, home cooks are tasked with preparing a dish using only 250 ml of water in all of 90 minutes. For the initial 15 minutes, they won’t have access to gas or electricity. The subsequent 30 minutes will allow only electricity, followed by another 30 minutes with only gas.
Finally, in the last 15 minutes, all resources will become available. This complex challenge promises to test the contestants’ adaptability, creativity, and time management skills, as they navigate the restrictions to create a dish that not only adheres to Chef Marco’s standards but also delights the taste buds of the judges.
The episode will witness Nambie Jessica Marak’s audacious move where she willingly surrenders her safety power card, a ticket to security in the competition, just for the golden opportunity to present her dish to Chef Marco.
Prachi Agarkar, faces an unexpected hurdle, leading to a broken plate. Understanding the potential danger of serving a dish with glass fragments, the judges disqualify her initial dish.
Talking about the competition, Chef Marco said: “Nambie is brave and has a romantic approach towards her food. I have been kissed many times in my life but her broth kissed me beautifully. Food has always been an emotion for me and Prachi’s Kharda paplet was definitely a rollercoaster of emotions.”
‘MasterChef India’ streams Monday to Friday on Sony LIV.