Back up to: MasterChef: The Professionals
21/21 The three chefs must produce a starter, a main and a dessert to determine who is champion.
20/21 The finalists must produce a stunning dish before travelling to San Sebastian in Spain.
19/21 The finalists face an invention test before cooking for 25 of Britain's greatest chefs.
18/21 The two remaining semi-finalists head to the Michelin-starred Wild Honey in London.
17/21 It is the semi-finals and the chefs are sent to the Michelin-starred restaurant Hibiscus.
16/21 It is the semi-finals and the chefs are sent to cook for the fish chef Nathan Outlaw.
15/21 It is the semi-finals and the chefs are sent to cook for Pierre Koffmann.
14/21 It is the semi-finals and two chefs are sent to Mayfair's Connaught Hotel.
13/21 It's the semi-finals and the chefs must go back to basics to cook their dishes.
12/21 Charles Campion, William Sitwell and Jay Rayner scrutinise the chefs' two-course menus.
11/21 Challenges include preparing three canapes and inventing a beautiful crab dish.
10/21 Five ambitious chefs make a sweetbread dish and deliver a cuttlefish dish in 15 minutes.
9/21 Charles Campion, Tracey MacLeod and Jay Rayner scrutinise the chefs' two-course menus.
8/21 Challenges include inventing a stunning chocolate dessert.
7/21 The five ambitious chefs make a lamb dish and Monica's version of a millefeuille.
6/21 It's quarter-final day and the first challenge is to make a dish from kitchen scraps.
5/21 Challenges include preparing a pork belly for roasting in just 20 minutes.
4/21 The new chefs prepare a woodcock for roasting and try to recreate Marcus's custard tart.
3/21 In the first quarter-final, the chefs produce a two-course menu for a panel of critics.
2/21 The chefs are tasked with making the perfect tortellini and creating a pineapple dish.
1/21 Monica Galetti, Gregg Wallace and Marcus Wareing begin their search for a 2014 winner.