Justin Narayan takes MasterChef Australia 13 trophy home
Justin Narayan has earned the title of MasterChef Australia 13 2021, he is the second Indian-origin participant on the Master Chief Australia 13, show, to win the trophy and rewards. Back in 2018, Sashi Cheliah, a prison guard took home the trophy and won the show. Bringing laurels to the country.
Who is Justin Narayan?
Indian-origin, 27- year old Justin Narayan has gained the title of MasterChef Australia 13 or the year 2021. Justin Narayan has also been offered $250,000 approximately ₹1.86 crores of cash award. The finalist in MasterChef Australia season 13 were finalists, Kishwar Chowdhury and Pete Campbell. Justin Narayan won against his opponents in a very polite way.
Kishwar Chowdhury was declared as the second runner-up and won $20,000 as cash award whereas, Pete Campbell was announced as the first runner-up and took home $30,000 as a cash award.
Justin Narayan belongs from Western Australia. His cooking style is greatly exploited by both Fijian and Indian origin. During his MasterChef Australia 13’s trip, Justin Narayan has put an excellent impact on the judges by cooking and serving them some of the best-known Indian cuisines such as Indian Chicken Curry, pickle salad, Indian Chicken Tacos, Charcoal Chicken with Toum, and flatbread.
What did Justin Narayan say about his MasterChef Australia 13 journey?
Justin Narayan narrated his MasterChef journey as ‘100 percent one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life.” The chef also celebrated the news and announced it publicly through Instagram soon after his triumph in order to become an example of excellence to the younger generation and motivate others to chase their ambitions. Given below are words posted by Justin Narayan on Instagram He wrote ‘Find people that believe in you. Back yourself. Go hard and hopefully you’ll surprise yourself! Whoever’s reading this I love you,’.
In an interview, Justin Narayan also asserted, “I just won MasterChef Season 13, 2021. What the actual heck? It’s a surreal feeling. It’s going to take a while to sink in. I’m keen to party with these guys, but a huge thank you to the judges, the other contestants – Pete, Kishwar. Pete in particular. ‘I freaking love you, bro’. This has just been the best experience of my entire life and my mind is blown.”