Bangladeshi Girl, Kishwar, makes it to Master Chef Final

We’ve arrived! The candidates are dressed in chef’s whites, everyone is strolling slowly, the judges are wearing bow ties, and Mel is wearing chartreuse silk: it’s time to choose the last three. With Bangladeshi, Kishwar magic hands, will she make it to the finals of Master Chef Australia?

As the three-month cooking competition nears its conclusion, the three finalists who will compete in the MasterChef season 13 grand finale were confirmed in a final elimination round on July 11. Kishwar Chowdhury, a Bangladeshi national, is one of the deserving trios. On July 12-13, she will fight in a two-part grand finale against Pete Campbell and Justin Narayan.

Kishwar offered kingfish as an entrée, followed by “after-dinner mint” ice cream on a betel leaf. While munching on the leaf-wrapped ice cream, Judge Melissa Leong correctly described it as “a love letter to Bangladesh.”

In earlier episodes, Kishwar, a 38-year-old Bangladeshi from Melbourne. She delivered famous local dishes. “Kala bhuna,” “Fuchka-Chotpoti,” “Macher-Jhol,” and other delights all the way to the MasterChef kitchen. To preserve her family’s history, the mother of two wants to publish a Bangladeshi cookbook.

“When I first stepped into this kitchen, I was just a home cook. Now I am really confident about my food and who I am,” said Kishwar in the show.

Kishwar: A Proud Moment for Bangladesh?

Later on, Kishwar said in an interview with The Daily Star, “Like any modern person, I am a flexible cook who enjoys a variety of cuisines. When I do prepare Bengali food, though, I feel proud. That, I believe, demonstrates.”

In the future, the rising celebrity hopes to write a cookbook about Bangladeshi food.

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