MasterChef Australia Season 7 commences on TV ONE

Coming to you four nights a week, MasterChef Australia is back and it’s better than ever!

With the culinary bar set high this year, a fresh group of home cooks will eagerly tackle challenges that will see one of them take home the title of Australia’s next MasterChef and a grand prize of $250,000!

This week, 50 of Australia’s most passionate and talented amateur cooks have one hour to plate up their signature dish and blow away the judges. If Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston love what they taste, the capable cook will earn a sought-after apron and advance to the top 24.

After a nail-biting audition round, the top dogs will set themselves apart from the rest in a Mystery Box challenge where they must create a dish using only the Mystery Box ingredients and the basic staples under their bench.

Later in the week, a tough service challenge sees the contestants needing to prove themselves to a special guest and world renowned judge as well as 40 hungry guest diners. The contestants must do what it takes to stay on top and avoid a challenging elimination round.

With some of the greatest chefs from around the world, and the most passionate and talented of home cooks, this year’s seventh season could not be tighter or the stakes any higher. It’s going to be the fiercest fight yet!

MasterChef Australia, 7:30pm Wednesdays – Fridays and 7pm Saturdays on TV ONE.

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Mark Wasley

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  • bobscoffee

    Are you serious…

    • Mark Wasley

      Yes, the seventh season of MasterChef Australia commences in 9 minutes.

  • Guest

    Is this just a copy and paste from TV One’s website?

  • Shannon Ryan

    Too long, too many ads. Condense it down and I’d consider it. Otherwise, pass.