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My Kitchen Rules stars Alice and Peter leave Nigella Lawson disappointed with pudding

My Kitchen Rules stars Alice and Peter Bottomley leave Nigella Lawson disappointed with undercooked pudding: ‘I don’t want to linger on it’

My Kitchen Rules returned to screens after a two-year hiatus on Sunday night. 

And during the premiere father and daughter duo Alice and Peter Bottomley failed to impress the judges with their undercooked pudding.

‘I saw a drop drip from Nigella’s spoon and I knew that it was all over,’ Alice, 31, said reflecting on their mishap.

Father and daughter duo Alice and Peter Bottomley (pictured) failed to impress the judges  with their undercooked pudding during Sunday night’s premiere of My Kitchen Rules

‘The spoon went into the pudding too quickly, it just went bang. It’s seriously devastating,’ Peter said.

After their opponents gave them a combined score of 28 out of 50, it was then time for Nigella Lawson and Manu Feildel to weigh in on their meals.

The duo scored a five out of 10 for their entrée.

After their opponents gave them a combined score of 28 out of 50, it was then time for Nigella Lawson and Manu Feildel to weigh in on their meals

After their opponents gave them a combined score of 28 out of 50, it was then time for Nigella Lawson and Manu Feildel to weigh in on their meals

When it came time to score their dessert, both Nigella and Manu were left disappointed by their Grandma’s Lemon Delicious pudding in delicate tea cups.

‘This is heartbreaking. This wasn’t cooked the way your grandma made it, was it?’ asked Nigella.

‘You and I both know what went wrong, and I don’t want to linger on it. It was undercooked,’ Nigella explained.

Manu agreed, ‘If you did receive a dish like this in a restaurant it would go straight back to the kitchen.’ 

But when it came time to scoring the pudding, both Nigella and Manu were left disappointed

But when it came time to scoring the pudding, both Nigella and Manu were left disappointed

'You and I both know what went wrong, and I don't want to linger on it. It was undercooked,' Nigella explained

‘You and I both know what went wrong, and I don’t want to linger on it. It was undercooked,’ Nigella explained

Manu continued: ‘Sadly, all I can give you is a one’.

Speaking to producers, Alice said she was devastated that they scored low for their dessert, but said it was only fair.

‘Had I been at the table giving it a score I wouldn’t have given it a score at all,’ she later told producers.

My Kitchen Rules continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

'If you did receive a dish like this in a restaurant it would go straight back to the kitchen,' said Manu said

‘If you did receive a dish like this in a restaurant it would go straight back to the kitchen,’ said Manu said

Speaking to producers, Alice said she was devastated they scored low for their dessert

Speaking to producers, Alice said she was devastated they scored low for their dessert



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