MasterChef Australia: The Cookbook (Series 3)
From winner Adam Liaw, runner-up Callum and favourites Courtney, Jonathan and Marion, to celebrity chefs Neil Perry, Matt Moran and Luke Nguyen, and ... Show synopsis From winner Adam Liaw, runner-up Callum and favourites Courtney, Jonathan and Marion, to celebrity chefs Neil Perry, Matt Moran and Luke Nguyen, and judges Gary and George, all the standout recipes have been brought together in this collection to inspire the MasterChef in you. Experience the highs and lows of the MasterChef kitchen as each of the twenty-four contestants shares some of their best recipes and more memorable moments, including Adam & Aaron's pumpkin curry fed to a panel of "burly blokes"; Marion battling it out over bomba and cornets with MoVida's Frank Camorra in a Melbourne laneway; and Aaron's "disgustingly good" prawn and fennel ravioli that provoked Matt Preston to smash a plate. Try if you dare Adriano Zumbo's delectable yet difficult dessert, the macaron tower, and the near-impossible finale pressure test from Peter Gilmore - the snow egg. You've seen the Top 24 in action, now you too can cook all the delicious recipes featured in this collection, including Claire's spiced lamb rack with herbed couscous and pomegranate dressing, Alvin's drunken chicken and bruised salad, Marion's lemon and mint spring rolls, Skye's chocolate avocado mousse and Callum's chocolate fondants with orange date ice-cream. With simple step-by-step instructions, handy hints and photographs to help you master the finer points of technique, notes on unusual ingredients and a glossary, you'll also want to try the recipes from some of Australia's top chefs: , *Gary Mehigan , *George Calombaris , *Adriano Zumbo , *Frank Camorra , *Justin North , *Luke Nguyen , *Maggie Beer , *Matt Moran , *Neil Perry , *Peter Gilmore , *Philippa Sibley , *Stephanie Alexander All the insights, tips and tricks from the contestants and professionals are here in your guide to cooking like a MasterChef. All the best recipes from the top-rating show to inspire the MasterChef in you. MasterChef Series 2 became compulsory viewing for Australian households, with over 4 million people tuning in for the final episode. Over the course of fourteen weeks, we watched the contestants cook their way through signature dishes, pressure tests, mystery boxes and invention tests. Now here's your chance to cook and taste the dishes that enticed, thrilled or just plain baffled you with their brilliance.