Top chef and restaurateur John Torode, and food writer and ingredients expert Gregg Wallace continue their search for the country's best amateur cook.
There are now just three exceptional amateur cooks remaining in the competition and they will have to battle extreme temperatures, intense pressure and their most intimidating surroundings yet as they travel 4,000 miles to the Northern Indian city of Jodhpur.
They face three tough tests - cooking a traditional Indian breakfast in the open air in over-100-degree heat for 40 VIP guests, then cater for 120 children cooking their favourite dishes at the local school. Finally, they face their most daunting challenge to date: cooking for royalty as the Maharajah and his family allow our finalists into his Palace where they must prepare a meal worthy of the magnificent occasion
They must ensure that everything is perfect if they are going to continue with their dream of becoming the next MasterChef.