Indian-origin Justin Narayan took home the MasterChef Australia 13 trophy. The other two finalists were Kishwar Chowdhury and Pete Campbell.
Justin Narayan is the winner of MasterChef Australia Season 13. The 27-year-old youth pastor, who hails from Western Australia, has his roots in India. Justin is the second Indian-origin contestant to win MasterChef Australia. In 2018, prison guard Sashi Cheliah won the cooking reality show.
JUSTIN NARAYAN WINS MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA
The official Instagram page of MasterChef Australia shared pictures of Justin Narayan with the trophy. “Congratulations to our masterchef.
Justin Narayan, who hails from Western Australia, started to cook at the age of 13. Justin’s Fijian and Indian heritage has influenced him and he says that his mother is among his biggest inspirations and the best cook he knows. Justin impressed the MasterChef Australia judges with a number of dishes, which included Indian Chicken Tacos, Charcoal Chicken with Toum, Flatbread and Pickle Salad and Indian Chicken Curry.
Have a look at Justin’s journey to MasterChef Australia Grand Finale:
Justin would someday like to have a food truck or restaurant of his own, which will feature Indian flavours that he grew up eating. He would like to help feed and educate children living in the slums of India with a part of the profit earned from these eateries.