MasterChef Australia season 13 winner Justin Narayan is of Indian origin. He served several Indian dishes to the show’s judges to woo them.
Justin Narain wins MasterChef Australia Season 13 (Photo Credits: Instagram)
Justin Narayan has been declared the winner of ‘MasterChef Australia Season 13’. The 27-year-old pastor of Western Australia has his roots in India. Justin is the second Indian-origin contestant to win MasterChef Australia. In 2018, jail guard Shashi Chelia won the cooking reality show. The official Instagram page of MasterChef Australia shared a photo of Justin Narayan with the trophy.
Sharing the photo, MasterChef Australia wrote, ‘Congratulations to the winner of our #MasterChefAU 2021.’ Justin Narayan, a resident of Western Australia, started cooking at the age of 13. Justin’s Fijian and Indian heritage has impressed him. He says that his mother is his biggest inspiration and the best chef he knows.
Justin wants to open a restaurant
Justin impressed the judges of MasterChef Australia with a variety of dishes, including Indian Chicken Tacos, Charcoal Chicken with Toom, Flatbread and Pickle Salad and Indian Chicken Curry. Justin wants to someday open a food truck or restaurant of his own, offering the Indian flavors he grew up eating. He wants to use a part of the earnings from this to help in toys and education for the children living in the slums of India.
Indian cuisine at MasterChef Australia
MasterChef Australia is the world’s largest and most successful cooking competition. This competition has been going on for the last 13 years and has made many famous people who are now running their own big restaurants around the world. In the beginning, like all other competitions in MasterChef Australia, only the food served in the hotel was given priority but now it is changing. Now Indian cuisine is also being served in this superhit food show of the world.
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