MasterChef UK: The Professionals Season 14 Episode 03 Descriprion
In tonight’s second heat, four more professional chefs from around the country attempt to make their mark in the MasterChef kitchen and stake their claim to the coveted title. With their reputations on the line, they face two tense challenges, after which two will progress to this week’s quarter-final and two will be sent home.
First they face the infamous Skills Test. Two of them take on Marcus’s challenge to prepare pan-fried scallops, cauliflower velouté, croutons and a curry butter. The others face Monica’s dessert challenge, a chocolate crème pâtissière-filled swiss roll served with a raspberry sauce. Each has just 20 minutes to get all the details right.
Then the chefs get the chance to showcase their individual cooking style as they prepare two standout Signature Dishes – one main and one dessert. This is a chance for the chefs to make up for any mistakes made in the Skills Test and to show the judges what they are made of. Only the two best chefs will retain their places in the competition
MasterChef UK: The Professionals
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MasterChef UK: The Professionals Season 14
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MasterChef UK: The Professionals Show Summary
MasterChef: The Professionals is a BBC television competitive cooking show aired on BBC Two. It is a spin-off from the main MasterChef series, for professional working chefs. Introduced in 2008, Gregg Wallace and India Fisher reprised their roles as co-judge and voiceover respectively. Michel Roux Jr., a two-Michelin-star chef, assisted, from 2009, by his sous-chef Monica Galetti. Since 2011, Sean Pertwee has taken over Fisher’s role as voiceover.
In 2014, Roux Jr left the show due to “a conflict in commercial interests”. Marcus Wareing replaced him.