If you caught this week’s epic My Kitchen Rules finale, then you would’ve seen champions Leigh & Jennifer serving up Scallops in XO Sauce. Though they had their fair share of difficulties putting it together, the dish was a wild success, and the judges universally praised the XO Sauce. Rather make it for yourself than read about it? Then read on…
Preparation time: 30 mins
Cooking time: 1 hour, 20 mins
Tonight on My Kitchen Rules, Leigh & Jennifer served up an Oxtail Massaman Curry with Roti and Pickled Salad that blew the judges away. It’s a simple dish - and a risky choice at such a late stage in the competition - but Leigh & Jennifer pulled it off with aplomb, delivering a sumptuous dish that Pete called “phenomenal”, insisting that it was “the best dish I have tasted in this competition.”
Preparation time: 1 hour
Cooking time: 1 hour
On tonight’s My Kitchen Rules, the contestants were challenged to create a competition dish using citrus flavours. Rising to the challenge, Leigh & Jennifer delivered this delectable dessert, perfectly combining chocolate and orange, that Pete and Manu both loved.
Preparation time: 2 hourrs
Cooking time: 30 mins
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Tonight on My Kitchen Rules, Nic & Rocco wowed the judges with this amazing, innovative, rum-flavoured dessert. Manu was “really, really impressed”, Pete dubbed it “fantastic” and both of them were particularly enamoured with the unique presentation.
It’s a delicious dish. From the chocolate base, to the beautiful, rum-flavoured chocolate mousse, to the crunch and sweetness of the brandy snap, this dish is divine. It’s sweet but not too sweet. As Pete put it, it’s got “everything that a wonderful dish needs.”
Preparation time: 2 hours (+ setting time)
Cooking time: 25 minutes
Tonight on My Kitchen Rules, Leigh & Jennifer cooked up this sumptuous dish which Pete called “banquet food at its best”. He continued to heap praise on the dish, declaring that it was “beautiful to look at, and even more amazing to eat… It was spectacular.”
We tend to agree. The delicious tarator sauce gives the salmon a unique flavour, and the fresh herbs cap off what is a gorgeous dish, and perfect for your next dinner party.
Preparation time: 1 hour (+ standing)
Cooking time: 40 mins
OK, we’re not just going to keep posting up dessert recipes, but this season of My Kitchen Rules is offering up so many gems it’s hard not to.
Case in point: On tonight’s My Kitchen Rules, Megan & Andy served up this divine tart, which helped keep them in the competition. It was a personal favourite of Pete’s, but also of guest judge Guy Grossi, who declared his love for the dish, saying in particular that the sticky honey syrup really helps balance the tart off nicely.
Preparation time: 20 mins
Cooking time: 45 mins (+ standing)
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Asian desserts are very hard to get right, but this black rice pudding from Carly & Emily is the perfect close to your fusion meal. On tonight’s show, Pete even went as far as saying that it was one of the best desserts this season. Don’t take his word for it though, make it for yourself…
Preparation time: 30 mins (+ refrigeration)
Cooking time: 1 hour, 20 mins (+ cooling)