In case you are a passionate follower of MasterChef Australia Season 11, maybe from now on you, like me, are aware of the most recent season on Hot Star. MasterChef Australia Season 11 to the last episode.
I’m excited about Sandeep Pandit among the best 24. Born in Kashmir, raised in Bengaluru and resident of Australia since 2016, Sandeep entered the audition round with a smashing curry thali in which: kashmir Rogan Joshua was the hallmark.
Thinking about his Indian roots, it’s not that unexpected that Sandeep chose to compete with curry, but I wonder if he’d say he’s continuing at last season’s pace MasterChef Australia champion Sashi Chelia? In addition, with Sandeep’s curry streak continuing in: Week 4, would he be able to remain dependent on curry to take him further in the match?
This is the thing that several followers of MasterChef Australia Season 11 also think along. We need to find out why the web is complaining about Sandeep cooking such a large number of curries with no script script tv drama.
On the controversy in MasterChef Australia season 11
It all started when this IT project leaderMasterChef Australia Season 11 challenger showed his faith in flavors in the secret box challenge during Legends Week. He imprisoned the judges and Rick Steino, the legend itself, with a flavorful yet simple tomato curry alongside a basil laccha paratha.
It was promoted as a profound moment for Sandeep, who burst into tears and joined hands when he was praised with appreciation. “Cooking is motivated by the possibility of India”, the 37-year-old from Victoria told SBS.
The web was buzzing when Sandeep made lemon rice, lemon pepper chicken, and raita for an immunity challenge against Andy Allen, MasterChef Australia Season 4 Champion. That’s when viewers originally brought up the issue, why Sandeep only cooks curries and doesn’t explore different avenues regarding different foods?
Social Media Comments and Trolls
Here’s a look at some of the burning comments and discussions via Social media about Sandeep’s curry business at MasterChef Australia Season 11 up to now:
Q: How can you be a “Masterchef” if you only know one kind of cuisine? Shouldn’t it be diverse? #masterchefau
— Bella Yumiko (@bella_yumiko) May 28, 2019
— BeccySpaghetti 🌈 she/her (@beccyspaghetti) May 28, 2019
Curry fucking Sriracha! FFS!!! ALWAYS STOP CURRIES! #masterchefau
— frenchy (@frenchy48115453) May 28, 2019
Meanwhile there were a few viewers of MasterChef Australia Season 11 who preferred Sandeep’s curry choices:
Does Australia need a masterclass on the variety and complexity of the dishes that fall under the heading ‘curry’? Would you complain about a French chef’s use of ‘sauce’? You all have to stop #MasterChefAU https://t.co/tRVNJD5mtS
— 📺 Distressed Australian 🤨 (@peanut_tv) May 28, 2019
Why are people so mad at Sandeep cooking Indian food? If he wins, it’s not like he’s going to open an Italian restaurant. #masterchefau
— Rhi (@nonsensical) May 28, 2019
For everyone who complains about that @sandeep_cooks cooks too many curries it’s an IMMUNITY PIN!!! You go with what you know best!!!!! It’s your only chance!!! @masterchefau #MasterChefAU pic.twitter.com/0T7pwfDy9u
— Gem Rose 🎼🎶🎵🎶🎵 (@GemRoseP) May 28, 2019
Despite the fact that cooking the Lemon Pepper Chicken Dish alongside Lemon Rice, Sandeep won the Immunity Pin in the Secret Week with an ideal score of 30/30, it only raised questions from viewers as it was his third time cooking curry!
Assign the immunity pin to previous MasterChef Australia hopeful from season 1, Poh, Sandeep alluded to her as his obvious advantage and found that he had admired her as a guide.
While in India, Sandeep would spend hours watching MasterChef Australia and Poh’s Kitchen, he discovered during a meeting with Ten Daily. “Poh’s Kitchen is one of the shows I used to love to watch in India. She has a very simple way of dealing with cooking, she is a culinary specialist, but she is not a chef and that is what I love about her.”
What else happened in Masterchef Australia Season 11?
When Sandeep made masala lobster (smoked in fenugreek and ghee) in MasterChef Australia’s 11 seasons, he was praised by Gary Mehigan who said, “The heavenly messengers are singing somewhere?” While dishing out some perfect curries, he continues to climb like a star for the appointed authorities. However, that doesn’t seem to be enough to influence followers of the boiling unscripted TV drama.
In one episode, Sandeep made a crab curry, but this time he handily eschewed the word “curry” and called it sauce, all things considered. It was the Cracking Mystery Box Challenge for which he decided to break a coconut and slice the crab.
Currently, you could say that curry and sauce are two unique things that I absolutely agree with. But oddly enough, even the judges stopped and didn’t let go of the word “curry” as they sued Sandeep in court. In this way, the delay said it all.
After the episode, when Sandeep addressed Ten Daily, he said: “No doubt I need to work on something for Indian food. I need to have the opportunity to change people’s thinking about Indian food, it’s not just about curries.”
Everything you need to think about Sandeep Pandit
Sandeep lived in Srinagar before moving to Bengaluru when he was 8 years old. Even as a kid, Sandeep wouldn’t get out of the kitchen and that’s when his grandma realized she had to start instructing him on hacks in the kitchen.
This isn’t Sandeep’s first time in front of the camera. In fact, when he was in Bengaluru, he took part in the very first Indian Idol in 2007.”I sang for my designing school band. It was a decent meeting, but I didn’t get past the first round,Sandeep revealed to TV Week. In 2016, the work brought the IT manager to Australia. His longstanding passion for cooking is to “open food counter with Indian BBQ meat cooked on coals and biryani dishes” he told newidea.com.