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Stay home. Cook up. Bake off. Binge Watch MasterChef Australia’s Season 11 only on Star World!

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As millions of people around the world are called on to stay in their homes owing to the COVID situation, the importance of home cooking is resurging. With more time for each other than ever, all members of the family are coming together and tailoring the art of cooking. And during these tough times, cooking can be one way through which we can bring sense of pleasure into our lives, and keep our tummies happy. So why not learn from the best as Star World once again brings to its Indian audiences, Season 11 of the legendary cooking show, MasterChef Australia starting 20th April every Monday-Friday from 3PM to 6PM!

The longest running culinary show, MasterChef Australia, has inspired home cooks across the world to train and become culinary experts. With its supersized format that has been franchised all over the world, this reality cooking show brings to you everything – from delectable dishes to visually appealing presentations of an array of cuisines, from home cooks battling out to win the ‘MasterChef’ title to the dynamite trio of the judges, industry known mentors and guest chefs! And that’s not it, the show comes with the many cooking lessons on how to optimally utilize the ingredients at home and make the best out of it. During these times when our stock pile could face some shortage, all we need are tips and tricks on how to cook best from what we have!

MasterChef Australia’s season 11 saw the dynamite judges – Gary Mehigan, Matt Preston and George Calombaris, come together for the very last time. The season brought industry veterans such as Nigella Lawson, Curtis Stone, Kirsten Tibballs, Jock Zonfrillo, and Kate Reid, interacting and guiding contestants on their journey to culinary greatness! Adding to the star-studded list, the Indian-origin MasterChef winner from Season 10, Sashi Cheliah also graced the show. The season 11 also saw the merging of cultures like never before – watch India’s Sandeep Pandit work his magic in the TV’s most iconic kitchen!

So whether you’re an old hand in the kitchen or a new ambitious newcomer, make the most of your time at home, try out some recipes, while you watch and learn from the masters themselves. Catch MasterChef Australia binge, every Monday-Friday 3PM to 6PM.

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