Joy Prime’s kids’ culinary show The Big Chef is back on your screens after taking a break due to lockdown imposed on persons in Accra, Kumasi, Tema and Kasoa amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The shows’ chef came back to impress judges with mouthwatering lobster dishes they were tasked to prepare to prove they had not relaxed while home for the three weeks.
The show which took place on Sunday, April 26, saw the six contestants pulling off impressive professional plating which the judges increased the pressure to decide who wins the best food of the day.
The Big Chefs also had interesting names for their dishes including Creamy Lobster sauce with sauteed potatoes and breadsticks, Nana Adjoa Special, Potato balls with lobster salad, ‘Mpotormpotor’, lobster with pasta and Dolait ice cream and mashed vegetable potato with spicy ketchup and grilled lobsters.
The next competition on Sunday, May 3, will see the children compete to find out who makes it to the grand finale.
Don’t miss out on the Big Chef reality show on Sundays at 3:30 pm only on Joy Prime.
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