The popular cooking show 'MasterChef India' is set to heat up even more as it welcomes back former contestants from the last season. The culinary showdown will see a reunion of the top 6 contestants, who will be paired with current home cooks for a challenging competition. The task pushes the boundaries of gastronomical brilliance as the home cooks are tasked with creating delectable dishes using the favorite ingredients of their partnering ex-contestants.
The exciting challenge brings together home cook Suraj Thapa and ex-contestant Kamaldeep Kaur as they transform bitter gourd into a culinary masterpiece. Meanwhile, Nidhi Sharma teams up with former contestant Aruna Vijay to work their magic with tamarind. Rukhsaar Sayeed and Santa Sarmah tackle Maan Dhaniya, while Kriti Dhiman and Gurkirat Singh experiment with assorted berries. Mohammed Aashiq partners with previous 'MasterChef India' winner Nayanjyoti Saikia to create a dish using fermented soybeans.
Chef Vikas Khanna, one of the judges, expressed his excitement about the challenge and the added twist of bringing back ex-contestants. The fusion of this season's talent with the expertise of previous seasons was inspiring and resulted in culinary masterpieces being created. Kamaldeep Kaur, reflecting on her journey, shared how 'MasterChef India' has given her an identity and opened doors for collaboration opportunities.
Of the top 9 home cooks vying for the title of 'MasterChef India', six are participating in this unique challenge. The pairings and ingredients for this challenge promise an exciting culinary experience for both the contestants and viewers. Don't miss out on the latest episode of 'MasterChef India' streaming on Sony LIV.