The competitors face a Mystery Box challenge to bring a modern twist to classic comfort dishes using only plant-based ingredients. One home cook will be sent home at the end of the challenge. Andrew’s peaches and cream dessert was absolutely raved and deemed as the best dish of the night and he will receive a huge advantage in next week’s challenge. Jeremy’s ‘pork’ lumpia, Andy’s chocolate and black bean cake, Thea’s stuffed agnolotti and Christopher’s coconut tofu pudding were all liked. Andre’s Jamaican ‘chorizo’ patties had dry fillings. Mai’s sweet carrot cake dumplings were unappealing in colours. The worst two dishes though were Barrie’s bland and pale Mediterranean pie and Marissa’s gummy kefta. Barrie was sent home once again, this time for good.
MasterChef Canada Show Summary
MasterChef Canada is a Canadian competitive cooking reality show, part of the MasterChef franchise, open to amateur home cooks. It premiered on CTV on January 20, 2014, and has aired its sixth season. The show stars three judges: Claudio Aprile, Michael Bonacini and Alvin Leung. The show is produced by Endemol Shine International and Proper Television.
MasterChef Canada airs Tuesday nights on CTV and the Cooking Channel in the United States.The current season airs starting in September of each year in the U.S. It airs also in Sweden, Italy and Spain.
On August 8, 2018, CTV renewed MasterChef Canada for another season, announcing that audition casting for the all new sixth season was greenlit. Filming began in October 2018 and concluded in January 2019. Season 6 premiered on CTV on April 8, 2019, and ended on June 10.
The series was renewed for a seventh season, which is a Back to Win season. It aired its premiere on February 14, 2021.