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Saliha Mahmood Ahmed: British Pakistani Wins Master Chef 2017 & We’re So Proud

Saliha Mahmood Ahmed: British Pakistani Wins Master Chef 2017 & We’re So Proud

A British-Pakistani woman has won the 2017 edition of prestigious cooking competition MasterChef in the United Kingdom.

Saliha Mahmood Ahmed who is a medical doctor from Waterford, competed with 64 cooks in the competition, finally winning the prize by beating Giovanna Ryan and Steve Kielty in the final round.

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The 29-year old is a mother of one, she has been cooking since 12 and has also won School Chef at the age of 15.

She served a set of three dishes at the finals of Master Chef 2017 and wooed the judges instantly.

Venison Shami kebab, with cashew and coriander green chutney, Chana dal and a Kachumbar salad, which she says is in memory of her grandmother’s house in Pakistan.

 

Saffron rosewater and cardamom pannacotta, served with a deconstructed baklava with various condiments, a dessert she says was inspired by her childhood love of baklava.

Check out the recipe of Panna Cotta by Tahir Hameed. Do share you reviews with us that how it turned out!

Finally, a Kashmiri-style sous-vide duck breast, with crispy duck skin, spiced with dried barberries, walnuts and coriander, cherry chutney and a duck and cherry sauce.

The MasterChef winner gets a shiny trophy, but the main appeal is the prestige and exposure which the show brings.

Congratulations, Saliha. KEEP SHINNING.

Watch the complete recipe of Panna Cotta by Tahir Hameed.

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A “Chef in Training”, teaching myself how to cook one recipe at a time. I LOVE being in the kitchen and have a great love for good food! I have some amazing taste testers and get a thrill out of perfecting and finding new recipes!

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