It's definitely not gonna work. We're doing a nugget sandwich. It's clear both team's dishes have won fans, but as service draws to a close, only the team with the majority of votes can win the challenge. So when I cut right through here in the middle Should be nice and gooey. For their side, they're serving corn fritters. It was just, like, mixing all those flavors.
All right, guys, here we go. This is not gonna work. Chefs anywhere in the world will still screw up a souffle. I've got concerns already on the red team. Your 90 minutes start from Now. I'm super excited to see that the souffle is the pressure test.
All of a sudden, there's, like, herds of children coming up the hill, and I think fear washed over me. The kids have tried sliders from Christine's red team and Christian's blue team. That can go so wrong across the egg whites. He's got a formidable bunch of cooks over there. Who do you want to go home? Yeah, that's why I told you, you can't stir it. I couldn't pray enough that they send Christian home.
I need somebody that's good with children. I'm not trying to draw up a peace treaty for Jennifer and Christian. Light and creamy, predominantly gruyere cheese. While stay-at-home-dad Christian is expecting the blue team to win with a healthy Turkey burger and apple side, single mom Christine and her red team have an entirely different approach. And it was really bizarre, because every time a member of your team was coming forward with an idea, Bang! They pick up on what's happening.
Making the perfect one's the scary part. Here comes the big, bad wolf. Derrick, 30 seconds to go! Kid are running, and you're trying to see if they're in your circle, or if they're in the blue circle. Okay, I had my five-year-old nephew, and let me tell you something, kid doesn't eat , and he would eat that. You were assertive, and you made every decision.
So we're gonna deep-fry these? Christian You haven't made many souffles? He didn't cook his roux. Think of the oils and the fats in cheese. Bring the burgers, bring the burgers. Any time we walk into this kitchen and it's a pressure test, it's always a nerve-racking experience. It's just grainy, and it tastes of raw sugar.
I would never do that. They're doing something with the corn for dessert. The judges must decide based purely on their souffle who will move on in the competition and who will be sent home. Which one do you prefer? Have you finished your caramel now? Who do you want to see leave MasterChef tonight? Four parts gruyere, two parts cheddar. Previously on MasterChef One word for that-- A formidable ingredient This is a great example of what garbage is.
Blue team, you will be facing the pressure test, where at least one of you will be leaving MasterChef. Things aren't going much smoother on the red team. After a loss in this week's team challenge, Christian, Derrick, Adrien, and Jennifer must face the toughest pressure test yet-- a cheese souffle. What kid doesn't love caramel? Who had the best sides? Today, someone's gonna go home on the back of your lack of leadership. Um, me, because I was the Captain.
That led to some disastrous results That is raw. The team with the most kids will win. It took a long time for us to wait for the red. What texture you going for? I want an apple with caramel. I didn't come here to let some punk-ass little piece of run his mouth and treat people like.
Which is why you won't be able to use beef or potatoes. You'll get all the tools you need to start off right at home from burgers to pancakes and cupcakes. I like the apple one, but, um, the caramel had, like, chunks in it. For their side, they'll serve corn fritters. Ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one. People actually like me, Christian.