MKR still all about taste

Episode 6 of ‘My Kitchen Rules’ brings the meaning of TEN home!

Hoping to set the bar high, the church-met married couple Tim and Shereez says they love fun and cooking, and enjoy feeding people. Well knowing that they are cooking for different backgrounds and palettes, this couple feels their menu has what it takes to leave their guests satisfied.

“Well-fed people are happy people,” arhues Shereez.

When looking at their menu, the judges hope that these two will show who they are through their cooking.

The first instant restaurant of the new group is a show-off of a classical taste and bears the name ‘TEN’, a figure that has great importance in the lives of the new parents Tim and Shereez. Adding Nederburg Wines to their table ensures a festive vibe for their guests, while the cooks are starting to feel the pressure.

The starter, a well-presented ‘Mince and Black Bean Croquette’ did not deliver on flavour and the judges once again reminds the contestants to: “… taste … taste … taste …” and that the flavour should be punchy.

For the main Tim and Shereez prepared a chicken breyani. It was served well presented and left most of the guests happy. It did, however, lack some flavour. Shaeem and Mas-ud was not at all as happy as the rest of the guests.

The dessert, a coconut tart with home-made vegan berry ice cream, looked good and left some mixed feelings. The texture of ice cream was the let-down of the dish, but the coconut tart brought some happy memories to Judge David Higgs.

Next team to show their skill in the kitchen will be the childhood friends critical Shaeem and Mus-ud. Tim has a word of advice for them.

This is a show where you come for the food and stay for the drama. The judges reveal little while tasting and the house guests have their own, sometimes brutally honest, opinions. This season’s 10 pairs of home cooks will steam and cook it till 11 December, where one of the 10 pairs will walk away with R1 million!

My Kitchen Rules SA is produced by PictureTree and proudly sponsored by Nederburg. The series is available on DStv Premium on M-Net (Channel 101) every Sunday at 6pm from 4 September 2022, as well as live streamed on the DStv App, and is also available on DStv Catch Up after broadcast. Visit the M-Net Website for exclusive show content and join the conversation on TwitterInstagram and Facebook, using #MKRSA.

Tim and Shereez

Annette Havenga © Stellenbosch Monitor

The starter – Mince and Black Bean Croquette.


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