Here's the menu that won MasterChef 2016

What does it take to win MasterChef? After seven weeks of challenges, it all came down to one three-course meal.

Here’s the exact menu that Jane Devonshire cooked to claim the title. (And we thought making our own houmous was an achievement…)


"Probably the best winkle, cockle dish I've ever seen." Gregg's a fan of Jane's starter #MasterChefUK

— MasterChef UK (@MasterChefUK) May 6, 2016


Winkles and parsley on toast served with pan-fried cockles and mussels, langoustine tempura, deep-fried caper berry and a saffron mayonnaise.




Jane’s spiced lamb (BBC/Screenshot)


Indian-inspired Sunday Roast including Braised Shoulder of Lamb marinated in yoghurt, cumin and garam masala, with cannon of lamb cooked in a red chilli, garlic and kaffir lime leaf puree, shallot bhajis, roasted cauliflower, pan-fried shallot, onion puree, deep-fried kaffir lime leaves and a lamb and masala gravy.


Has Jane just served one of the prettiest puddings of the series? #MasterChefUK

— MasterChef UK (@MasterChefUK) May 6, 2016


Rhubarb and Custard – a vanilla panna cotta flavoured with rosemary, served with honeycomb, roasted rhubarb, a rhubarb and ginger granite and a burnt orange and lemon caramel. 


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