MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48 Review: Family And Tears

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48 is an emotional saga. First, judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo surprised the contestants with messages from their family members. Then, there are tears and heartwarming laughter. So it’s necessary to keep the tissues box near you for the first 15-2 minutes.

After showing them these wonderful and encouraging messages from the family members, MasterChef Australia Season 13 judges inform them about the challenge of the day. The challenge is called Family Box Challenge. Except for Linda and Tommy, the remaining eight contestants (Depinder, Elise, Justin, Kishwar, Minoli, Sabina, Pete and Scott) must cook the best dishes that connect them with their family.

For MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48’s Family Box Challenge, the contestants are given 75 minutes. The makers of the top two dishes will join Tommy and Linda for the Immunity Challenge in the next episode. Everyone is excited and wants to celebrate and present the food they enjoy with their family members. Kishwar is in tears as she can’t believe her mother came in front of the camera and said she’s proud of her daughter. Hence, she decides to cook the food that represents her mother.

Depinder cooks Butter Chicken with lachha paratha. While the flavours are good, judges believe the dish is quite simple. Scott serves Beef Bricole with red wine, tomato gravy, creamy polenta and pangrattato. The judges enjoy the flavour while it has some minor flaws. Justin makes his mom’s favourite Dal-Bhaat with papadum. MasterChef Australia Season 13 judges enjoy its simplicity. Elise’s Cannoli pastry also has some flaws, but the judges appreciate her for pushing herself to give the best today.

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In MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48, the dishes judges enjoy the most are cooked by Minoli, Pete, Kishwar and Sabina. Minoli’s Lamprais reminds the judges of the celebration of Sri Lankan food. Yet again, Pete gets experimental and makes a tricky dessert called Peanut Butter and Jelly. While making the dish, he shares how he came to Australia from the US just a few months ago. He owes it to his wife and daughters and wants to make them prouder and give the best dishes to judges.

But the dishes judges find flawless and mouth water are Kishwar’s Lau Chingri & Sardine Curry with Jau Bhaat and Sabina’s Fisherman’s stew. Finally, Sabina and Kishwar make it to the Immunity Challenge with Tommy and Linda.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48: What’s next?

In the Immunity Challenge for MasterChef Australia Season 13, Linda, Kishwar, Sabina and Tommy have to keep up with Curtis Stone and recreate his roasted chicken dish. Whoever wins will be safe from the double-elimination. The winner will also get groceries worth $10,000 from Coles. In the promo, we saw that Kishwar hurts herself while chopping the vegetables. It’s a panic situation in the kitchen as she doesn’t want to remain behind in cooking the dish.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48 is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

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MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 48 is an emotional saga.

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