Masterchef season is almost here with our first look at two contestants who hope to crack this year’s Top 24.
Among this year’s contenders determined to follow their food dreams are Queensland’s Matt Sinclair and Victoria’s Cecelia Vuong.
Coffee roaster Matt Sinclair, 27, lives in the coastal town of Noosa, Queensland. In a bid to impress the judges and make it into the MasterChef Australia kitchen, Matt is making a risotto – better known as the “death dish” because it has been the downfall of many previous contestants.
Fans of MasterChef Australia will remember our next hopeful, 31-year-old secondary school teacher Cecilia Vuong (pictured). The mother of two successfully made it through the Judges Auditions for Series 6 in 2014 before having to withdraw from the competition due to a head injury she sustained on a snowboarding trip before her application. Returning to the kitchen with a newfound focus and passion, Cecilia is confident her dish can delight the judges a second time round.
Tune in to see if Matt and Cecilia make it through the judges’ auditions and secure a place in MasterChef Australia’s Top 24.
MasterChef Australia returns to Ten soon