The Chefs' Line winning recipes

From the judges' table to yours. Recipes from the chefs and home cooks on #TheChefsLine, weeknights at 6pm. 

This is the classic Tuscan T-bone, fragrant with rosemary and garlic, traditionally served rare. Serve with another Tuscan classic, panzanella (a tomato and bread...
Polenta is a classic north Italian staple, typically served with rich hearty sauces such as ragù. I used to wake up on Sundays to my mum cooking polenta. It's not...
This a boozier version of tiramisù as I like to soak my homemade savoiardi (Italian sponge biscuits known as ladyfingers) in both marsala, which is...
The Gorgonzola sauce punches with a lot of big flavours, so I’ve paired it with a tomato salad to balance the cheese's intensity, so don’t leave it out.
This is inspired by the flavours of that classic Italian dish, vitello tonnato - veal, tuna, capers, anchovies, bound together with a rich mayonnaise.

Line them up

The Chefs' Line airing 6pm weeknights on SBS. Watch as talented home cooks & trained restaurant chefs go head-to-head in this brand-new series.

Tune in weeknights at 6pm as SBS unleashes a brand-new cooking extravaganza you may have not seen on our channel before. Here's the lowdown on the The Chefs' Line.
Take the greasy spring rolls and salt-laden fried rice off speed dial. It's Chinese week on #TheChefsLine and from fast, healthy stir-fries and 700-year-old soups...

The lowdown: Chinese cuisine

We’ve come a long way from the days when sweet ‘n’ sour pork was the epitome of “Chinese cuisine” in Australia. Today, you’ll find an endless supply of noodle and...
It's one of food history’s most complicated matters: who invented the noodle – Italy or China? SBS seeks answers from like-minded noodle (and pasta) enthusiasts...
We speak to writer, cook and Chinese food expert Fuchsia Dunlop about her tips for Chinese home cooking, how she fell in love with China, and the next regional...

On Food Network this week

Get inspired with our hacks, tips and recipes from your favourite shows of the week.

There's indulgent vegan comfort foods, classic Nordic flavours, and colourful Karachi plates.
When it's time to entertain, less is more, so get the menu side of things out of the way early with these impressive make-ahead dishes, and pour yourself a drink.

Like grandma made

Wholesome treats steeped in nostalgia; nothing beats granny's home-cooking. Rediscover comfort food this month with Food Network.

Experience a taste of la dolce vita with this collection of rustic and generous Italian dishes.
Like shepherd's pie? You'll love Nanna's herd pie, using goat mince instead of traditional lamb, but still with that cheesy golden potato topping.
They might look like your regular nannas, but the grannies on Food Network's new Clash of the Grandmas are fierce, fun and dangerously flirty - and they’ll stop...
Flavourful, simple and authentic, nothing beats la cucina della nonna (grandmother's kitchen), and these dishes will impress any nonna or nonno.
Everybody loves a scone – especially when warm from the oven. Even though they have a reputation for being tricky to make, in reality they're fast and simple,...