Back up to: MasterChef: The Professionals
21/21 The remaining chefs cook for the last time, and one will be crowned the 2016 champion.
20/21 The final three chefs go to Oslo to learn from Esben Holmboe Bang.
19/21 The remaining chefs start finals week by cooking for 28 heavyweights of modern gastronomy.
18/21 The chefs are sent to work under one of the country's rising stars, George Blogg.
17/21 The first three semi-finalists work alongside the inspirational chef Alyn Williams.
16/21 The eight semi-finalists sizzle in a double cook off.
15/21 The second group of chefs create a menu for guests at the French ambassador's residence.
14/21 Five chefs team up to create an exceptional dinner at the Royal Society of Medicine.
13/21 The 12 chefs must create a savoury dish using a surprise selection of ingredients.
12/21 The best chefs of the week must reinvent a sweet family favourite, fruit crumble.
11/21 The last six chefs battle to make it through to the quarter-finals.
10/21 It is the final heats week. Three chefs must make an artichoke barigoule.
9/21 In this quarter-final, the chefs reinvent steak and kidney pie and cook a two-course menu.
8/21 Six new chefs take on lamb tartare and filleting a John Dory in the skills tests.
7/21 Six new chefs take on taramasalata and tagliatelle carbonara in the skills tests.
6/21 In the quarter-final, the six best chefs from the week's heats return to the kitchen.
5/21 The skills tests involve a sauce maltaise asparagus and a banoffee cheesecake.
4/21 For Monica's skills test, the first three chefs have 15 minutes to make sea bass ceviche.
3/21 The week's six strongest chefs face the first quarter-final.
2/21 The chefs must cook a T-bone of plaice and a wild garlic veloute.
1/21 In this opening heat, the chefs must cook a steak diane and a raspberry tart.