Kishwar Chowdhury, a Bangladeshi contestant of MasterChef Australia, has made it to the top 5 in the world renowned cooking competition.
The top six contestants of the latest season of MasterChef Australia competed in Martin Benn’s Society Service Challenge on Monday. There was a surprise elimination round after the challenge.However, Bangladesh’s Kishwar Chowdhury was declared safe at the end of the round, and she made it to the top 5 of the 13th season of MasterChef Australia.
The other four contestants who made it to the top 5 are Linda Dalrymple, Pete Camobell, Justin Narayan and Elise.
A 38-year old Bangladeshi from Melbourne, Kishwar has presented classical Bangladeshi dishes, including “Kala bhuna”, “Fuchka-Chotpoti”, “Macher Jhol” and other delicacies, while displaying Bengali heritage on a global platform.
Kishwar, the mother of two, has a plan of writing a book on Bangladeshi cuisine in the future.