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MKR Pat and Louisa get the LOWEST score of the season

They found themselves in the bottom two last week. 

And on Monday’s episode of My Kitchen Rules, mother-and-daughter team Pat and Louisa received the lowest score of the season with just 36 points out of 100.

The likable duo were sent packing after a sudden death cook-off against Queensland couple Matt and Aly. 

  

Eliminated! On Monday’s episode of My Kitchen Rules, mother-and-daughter team Pat and Louisa received the lowest score of the season with just 36 points out of 100 

Pat and Louisa were given humiliating scores by Manu Feildel and Pete Evans for their chocolate ricotta cake dessert, which earned them a pair of pitiful ones.

‘It was very chalky, it was very dry, I felt like it was missing a sweetness in the chocolate,’ said Manu before providing them with his final score.

‘I’m sorry Pat, I wish I could give you better news.’   

After accepting the disappointing feedback, Louisa was quick to acknowledge their score of 36 was even lower than the 49 that had sent them into the cook-off.

Not impressed: 'It was very chalky, it was very dry, I felt like it was missing a sweetness in the chocolate,' expressed Manu before providing them with his final score

Not impressed: ‘It was very chalky, it was very dry, I felt like it was missing a sweetness in the chocolate,’ expressed Manu before providing them with his final score

‘That’s lower than our Instant Restaurant,’ she whispered to her mother.

After beating Matt and Aly in with their calamari salad entrée, the pair’s downfall began during their main meal.

Cooking up an Italian veal pizzaiola with baked potatoes, Pete and Manu scored them two points each and noted that the meat and vegetables were undercooked.

Not up to perfection: Cooking up an Italian veal pizzaiola with baked potatoes, Pete and Manu scored them two marks each, critiquing both the meat and vegetables as undercooked

Not up to perfection: Cooking up an Italian veal pizzaiola with baked potatoes, Pete and Manu scored them two marks each, critiquing both the meat and vegetables as undercooked

Too stressed to realise? And it wasn't a shocking confession for Pat and Louisa, after judge Colin Fassnidge discovered when the duo had only 15 minutes of cooking time remaining that their oven wasn't on

Too stressed to realise? And it wasn’t a shocking confession for Pat and Louisa, after judge Colin Fassnidge discovered when the duo had only 15 minutes of cooking time remaining that their oven wasn’t on

During the cook, judge Colin Fassnidge discovered that Pat and Louisa hadn’t turned their oven on when they had just 15 minutes of preparation time remaining.

‘You know your temperature’s not on!’ he said with disbelief after Pat remarked that the dish was nearly ready to be served.

With Aly and Matt receiving a combined score of 67 out of 100, they were saved for another round.

My Kitchen Rules continues Tuesday at 7:30pm on Channel Seven

Still in for a winning chance! With the Queensland native defence force foodies Aly and Matt receiving a combined score of 67 out of 100, they were saved for another round

Still in for a winning chance! With the Queensland native defence force foodies Aly and Matt receiving a combined score of 67 out of 100, they were saved for another round



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