MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 Recap: Fry Your Way to Immunity

In MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29, we see Ali, Julie, Matt, Michael and Mindy in an immunity challenge. In the last episode, we saw all these contestants be the orange team and emerge successful leading them to run the mill for immunity from the upcoming elimination on Sunday.

The episode is titled ‘Immunity Challenge: Air Fryer and Deep Fryer’. The runtime for the episode is 53 minutes. On entering the kitchen the cooks find something covered with a black cloth on their counter. The judges announce that there will be two rounds of cooking with the first round involving the thing under the black cloth to produce a cracking dish.

– MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 Recap Contains Spoilers –

The contestants lift the veil and underneath lies an air fryer that is a must use to prepare the dish for round one in MasterChef Austalia Season 14 Episode 29. Our contestants for the day will get 45 minutes to prepare a good dish. The top three dishes from the first round will move to the second round to win immunity. The pantry and the garden, of course, remain open for use.

Some of our cooks in the competition have used air fryers before and some haven’t. But they try their best to create a good and tasty dish. By the end of the first round, we see the dishes on the counter. Matt’s dish is a Nashville Hot Chicken and, it is spot on. Michael brings in his dish next which is Buffalo Wings which is great but ‘a bit blonde.’

Next up is Julie with her Spanakopita which is one tasty presentation. Mindy’s Cauliflower Steak with Mushrooms and Kombu Dashi Sauce is a good effort but lacks balance. Papdi Chaat by Ali wins hearts.

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The final verdict for round one by the judges sends Ali, Matt and Julie to the second round of the competition. In the next round, contestants are asked to use a deep fryer to prepare their respective dishes. With time frying in the MasterChef kitchen, the cooks get down to make some ambitious dishes.

In the second round, Julie comes out with Bacon & Corn Croquettes with Salsa Brava and Mojo Verde. The dish is a fun win. Ali’s dish is a Tempura Lobster with Sweet Corn which is underwhelming as there is too much going on the plate but, not everything is put together perfectly. Matt presents a classic at the tasting table- Fish & Chips with Tartare Sauce which receives a good response.

MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29: Who Wins Immunity?

The deliberation of who wins the immunity in MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 comes down to Matt and Julie. Ultimately, it is Julie and her deep-fried croquettes that win her the immunity from the upcoming elimination on Sunday.

MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29: Final Thoughts

A useful episode is what we can call MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29. The dishes were quick, tasty and gourmet in their own ways. Moreover, given the participants used air fryers and deep fryers in their cooking, a lot of people learnt how to nail a dish using these raging home appliances. Matt’s dishes were really just simple and classic and showed us that anything can be made using an air fryer and a deep fryer! It was a fun, light episode. And, especially, with no elimination of heart looming it was pleasing for the audience as it was for the contestants.

You can watch MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 now on Disney+ Hotstar.

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MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 Recap makes the contestants use some raging new home appliances.

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MasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 Recap: Fry Your Way to ImmunityMasterChef Australia Season 14 Episode 29 Recap makes the contestants use some raging new home appliances.