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10, weeks, 10 cuisines - home cooks & trained restaurant chefs go head-to-head in Series 2 of The Chefs' Line 6pm weeknights starting Mon 6 Aug.
Home cooks challenging an entire chefs' line from some of the best restaurants across the country. It's an escalating battle to get the best plate on the pass, so what...
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The Chefs' Line recipes from season 1
Served with crispy rice pappadams and grated wasabi, this sashimi starter fuses Japanese and Indian flavours.
This is a recipe I created with my mother, Eleni and sweet hint - the thyme honey ouzo makes these ribs so moreish.
This is a take on an old yum cha staple, prawn toast. Pick through the crabmeat first to ensure it is free of shell fragments.
Cider is the perfect pipi companion from Adelaide's restaurant Africola. A supreme snack combining pipis, fermented chilli, garlic and a nice dry drop.