MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56 Review: 6 Course Gives Top 5

We now have our top 6 for MasterChef Australia Season 13. Judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo, take these contestants to Martin Benn’s new restaurant called Society. In MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56, these six contestants must cook one course each for a six-course meal. These contestants will serve the first-ever meal of Society to 20 diners and the judges.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56 is called Society Six-Course Service Challenge. Martin Benn will give the contestants an ingredient that they have to feature in their dishes. Pete gets the first-course meal followed by Elise, Justin and Kishwar for the second, third and fourth course. Sabina and Linda have to cook the fifth and sixth courses (dessert). Pete is the first contestant to start cooking in Society’s kitchen.

Pete has to hero nori seaweed for the first-course meal of MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56. He says that fine dine cooking is something he wants to do in life. Hence, he wants to give his best and gets experimental with his dish. After facing some issues in between the cook, Pete cooks Celeriac Croissant X Nori.

For the second course dish, Elise has to hero Yuzu. The contestant decides to cook Pearl Barley with roasted Shiitake in Yuzu. MasterChef Australia Season 13’s hidden gem Justin has to cook the third course. Elise and Justin have a chill cook till the end. For the third course meal, Justin has to hero tarragon in his dish. The contestant cooks Butter poached lobster with a butter and lobster emulsion, tarragon oil, pickled Tokyo turnips and caviar.

For MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56’s Society Six-Course Service Challenge, Kishwar has to make the fourth-course dish. The ingredient that should sing in her dish is fig peppercorns. Kishwar decides to use the peppercorns with Quail legs. However, Martin and Jock ask her if legs will be enough as her dish is the main dish of the course. The contestant decides to use quail breast for her main dish. After some issues and some crying, the contestant finally puts up a Pink Peppercorn Quail dish with Cranberries, Buttered Onions, Pickled Blackberry, and Peppercorn.

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Sabina and Linda are worried about their desserts. Sabina says that desserts are not her strength, but one should cook everything at this stage in MasterChef Australia Season 13. She has to feature macadamia nuts in her dessert. Sabina cooks Macadamia sorbet with lemon curd. For the final course, Linda has to feature miso in her dessert. She cooks Miso ice cream with miso paste, salted peanut crumbs and yuzu syrup.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 judges and Martin Benn taste each course one-by-one. All the savoury dishes receive praises from the judges. They call Justin’s Butter poached lobster dish a three Michelin stars dish. Sabina and Linda have some flaws in their desserts. However, Sabina’s dish has a major flaw as she didn’t roast the macadamia nuts, which didn’t give a good taste to her dish. Hence, Sabina gets eliminated from the competition.

We now have our Top 5 for MasterChef Australia Season 13 – Elise, Justin, Kishwar, Linda and Pete.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56: What’s next?

The next episode is going to be a Pressure Test set by Hugh Allen. The contestants have to recreate one of his complicated dishes. Whoever fails to do the same will be eliminated from the competition.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56 is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.

Also Read: MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 55 Review: Fast and Fancy

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The top 6 contestants battle it out in MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 56.

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