Fourteen children have proven their culinary dexterity for the Season 2 of Big Chef competition on Joy Prime.
The selection of the finalists for the 2022 edition was done in Accra after a riveting audition on Wednesday, July 20, 2022.
About 30 kids were shortlisted for the final audition after they sent video recordings of themselves cooking their favourite dishes.
At the final selection stage, prospective contestants faced the judges, Chef Kofi and Chef Rafiatu, to demonstrate their oral, plating and garnishing skills.
According to Judges, all the kids put up an incredible performance but only 14 would have to be selected for the final competition expected to begin in August 2022.
Season 2 of the Big Chef Competition is sponsored by Frytol Sunflower Oil, Fortune Rice, Indomie, Top Choco, Flora Tissues and Low Price masters.
Below are the 14 final contestants for Season 2 of the Big Chef competition on Joy Prime:
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