MasterChef UK: The Professionals Season 14 Episode 04 Available after release date 12.11.2021
MasterChef UK: The Professionals Season 14 Episode 04 Descriprion
This year’s first quarter-final sees the strongest four chefs from the first two heats return to face two more demanding challenges.
The first is an Invention Test, where the chefs must create an outstanding dish using preserved and tinned food. They have ten minutes to select their ingredients before designing and executing a dish in just one hour. Are these professionals able to dig deep and think on their feet to elevate a dish of tinned beans and pressed ham to restaurant standards?
For their second challenge the contenders must cook for three of the UK’s most discerning restaurant critics: Jimi Famurewa, William Sitwell and Tracey Macleod. They have one hour and 15 minutes to prepare a two-course meal. Can they thrill as well as serve on time to remain in the competition, or under the stress will they overpromise and underdeliver?
Only the two most talented chefs will go through to the semi-finals and continue their pursuit of the 2021 title.
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.