Teams of two from across Australia compete to determine who makes the best meal. The teams prepare three-course meals and score one another's dishes. Celebrity chefs Pete Evans and Manu Feildel also judge the meals. The low-scoring teams are eliminated throughout the competition with the eventual winning pair earning a AU$250,000 grand prize.
After a one-year hiatus, the popular program is returning for its 12th season in 2022 with some big changes but still plenty of drama and delicious dishes. Feildel will be returning, joined by none other than British cooking royalty, Nigella Lawson. Former MasterChef Australia judge Matt Preston has also been announced as another judge. Colin Fassnidge, who has been a guest judge on MKR over the years, will be returning to do just that. Plus, Curtis Stone is also joining as a guest judge.
The fourth series of the Australian competitive cooking game show My Kitchen Rules commenced on 28 January 2013 and concluded on 28 April 2013 on Seven Network.
For the first time in program history, it's chef versus chef and house versus house as five favourite teams go head-to-head with five new teams in the fiercest competition yet.
The third series of My Kitchen Rules was an Australian reality television cooking programme which aired on the Seven Network. Following the ratings success of the second series, the Seven Network announced the show was renewed for a third season. The third season of My Kitchen Rules started on 30 January 2012. For the first time, a team from New Zealand took part in the show.