MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7 Review: Bread Or Bye!

The Superstar Week continued in MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7 with Chef Massimo Bottura. It was an elimination round. So there was quite a tension, and every contestant gave their best to stay in the cooking competition. Judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong, and Jock Zonfrillo were there to boost the cooks’ confidence.

The contestants who were a part of the elimination were Katrina Dunnett, Tom Levick, Dan Dumbrell, Therese Lum, Pete Campbell, Linda Dalrymple and Aaron Sanders. They lost in the previous episode as a team and have to give their best to stay in the show. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, Chef Massimo Bottura couldn’t be a part of the MasterChef Australia Season 13. But through video, he encouraged the cooks and gave them the easiest task so far in season 13.

The elimination round was divided into two parts. Massimo asked the contestants to cook the delicious mac ‘n’ cheese dish in the first part. The chef himself cooked one using the simple ingredients available in his kitchen. The contestants have to use similar techniques, and the three best dishes will find themselves back in the show. Contestants Aaron, Linda, and There managed to win the judges’ hearts with their scrumptious and cheesy mac n cheese. Thus, they are no more a part of the elimination round.

Take a look at some mouthwatering mac n cheese cooked in MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7 –

Contestants Dan, Tom, Katrina and Pete, find themselves a second round of MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7. Massimo Bottura tells them they have to hero bread in their dish. Using the breadcrumbs from his kitchen, Massimo cooks simple noodles in chicken broth and tells the contestant to minimise the wastage of food and make a delicious dish.

All the four contestants gear up to cook the best dish from the variety of breads available in the kitchen. Tom and Pete decide to cook bread desserts while Dan decides to recreate Massimo’s breadcrumbs noodles. Unfortunately, all his efforts come crumbling down as he fails to get the noodle shape. But he doesn’t give up and quickly decides to serve it as french toast.

All the three dishes leave Andy, Mel and Jock impressed. Sadly Katrina’s orange bread and butter pudding with crème anglaise and almond crumb kicks her out of the competition, despite being delicious. The contestants had to hero the bread in their cook, and Katrina failed to do so. Her journey in the competition ended with MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7: What’s next?

I believe MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7 was one of the most interesting and simplest episodes so far. The contestants had to cook with the ingredients they use in their daily life. There was no complexity or shocking twists. Katrina’s elimination made everyone emotional. But we now have the top 21 who have to keep cooking their best to stay and eventually win the competition. In the next episode, Michelin Star Chef Clare Smyth will present a unique mystery box to the home cooks.

MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7 is currently streaming on Disney+.

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MasterChef Australia Season 13 Episode 7 was one of the most interesting and simplest episodes so far.
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