Kia Cook-Off SA 2012
Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 is The Home Channel’s brand new cooking competition show looking for the best one-pot cook in the country. In the show, 27 contestants compete for the top spot and a grand prize of R50 000 and a holiday for two.
Each week three contestants cook their favorite one-pot dish, be it a curry, a casserole, a potjie or a stew, and each week two go home and one goes through to the semi-finals. In the final episode the three remaining cooks will re-create their original dish, with improvements and suggestions from the judges, in the hopes of being awarded the prize.
Catch all the drama, all the action, and all the delicious recipes in Kia Cook-Off SA 2012, only on The Home Channel.
Episode 14: Celebrity Special
This week on a very special episode of the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 three local celebrities compete to see who cooks the best one-pot dish.
Danny K whips up a Portuguese baked fish, Kurt Darren prepares a lamb knuckle bunny chow, and Jen Su creates a delicious chicken stew.
In addition to the bragging rights of the best celebrity cook, the winner wins R20 000 for Shout SA, a campaign by South African artists for a safer South Africa.
Don’t miss the celebrity edition of the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012, only on The Home Channel.
Episode 13: The Final Episode
It’s all come down to this. The Final of the Kia Cook-off SA 2012. 27 contestants have been reduced to three hopeful home cooks who have made it this far and a one-in-three chance of winning the R50 000 grand prize. Will it be Babe Masuge with her Rosemary Chicken Potjie? Will it be Siresha Govender with her Pondicherry Potjie? Or will it be Levy Volker with his Springbok Pie? Find out this week in the final episode of the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012
Episode 12: Third Semi Final
This week on the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 the three returning cooks are vying for the last remaining place in the final and a one-in-three chance of winning the R50 000 grand prize. They’ll have to vastly improve their dishes if they want to stand a chance. Siresha Govender is back with her Pondicherry potjie, Pru Mosito attempts to wow the judges with her chicken & mushroom casserole, and Niezaam Manuel hopes to win them over with his butter chicken? Who will go through to the final?
Episode 11: Second Semi Final
In the second semi-final of the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 the three contestants battling it out for a place in the final and a one-in-three chance of winning the grand prize of R50 000 are Babe Masuge with her Rosemary chicken potjie, Rodwin Bailey with his lamb tagine and Natalie Naidoo with her samp & beans potjie. Who will go through to the final?
Episode 10: First Semi Final
In the first semi-final of the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012, the three returning home cooks try to out-do each other and prepare a perfect dish to win a place in the final and a one-in-three chance of winning the R50 000 grand prize. Kasturi Lachmann returns with her Mutton curry, Levy Volker comes back to improve his Springbock Pie, and Shakira Hope makes a better version of her Boerewors & baked bean curry? Who will go through to the final?
This week the three amateur cooks competing in the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 are fighting for the last available place in the semi-finals. Will Christy Jacobs Chicken Tikka Massala get her through? Will the judges favour Christopher Nemeth’s Oxtail stew? Or will they choose Niezaam Manuel’s Butter chicken?
With only a couple of spots left open in the semi-finals, the stakes are high for the three amateur cooks competing in The Kia Cook-Off SA 2012. This week Rodwin Bailey prepares a lamb tagine, Candice Le Noury creates a prawn curry and Sagree Naidoo cooks a Salmon Curry. Who will go through to the next round?
This week on the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 three new contestants battle it out to see who’ll go through to the next round. Shakira Hope prepares a Boerewors & baked bean curry, Lynda Ludwick makes her Pork, chili & apple casserole & David Vermaak cooks his lamb potjie, who’s will be good enough to impress the judges?
This week on the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 Siresha Govender prepares her Pondicherry Potjie, Francois Kotse’ makes a Pork Shank & lamb Tongue curry and Portia Deepnaain makes a Samp & Beans casserole. Each contestant does their best to get through to the next round.
This week on the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012 three hopeful contestants battle it out in the kitchen to get through to the next round and a chance of the R50 000 prize money. Who will go through? Will it be Levy Volker with his Springbok Pie served with Apricot compote? Will it be Sonja Rautenbach with her railway stew? Or will it be Rashida Manuel and her Coconut Chicken Curry?
This week Peter Badenhorst prepares a Cape Malay chicken curry, Shalendra Singh cooks his Lamb curry potjie and Pru Mosito creates a chicken & mushroom casserole.
This week new contestants Peter Badenhorst creates a lamb shank curry, Siphokazi Mdlankomo prepares her lamb and lentil curry, and Natalie Naidoo cooks a samp & beans potjie with tenderloin beef & marrow bones
This week Kasturi Lachman prepares her best mutton curry, Brenda McKechnie creates a smoldering Chakalaka spice pot & Chantel Spence cooks a Chutney chicken casserole. Who will go through to the next round?
In the first episode of The Home Channel’s brand new cooking competition show, the Kia Cook-Off SA 2012, three hopeful home-cooks prepare their favourite one-pot dish in the hopes of going through to the next round and a chance to win the grand prize of R50 000.
This week, Erica Seymore prepares her Ostrich, bacon & dumpling stew, Babe Masuge whips up a Chicken & rosemary potjie, & Pieter Malan tries to impress the judges with his Cape Malay inspired surf & turf curry. Who will go through to the next round?