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All the Right Ingredients

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My Kitchen Rules New Zealand has landed and Toyota is providing the wheels to get the contestants and celebrity judges to the kitchen.

The heat is on when cooking show phenomenon My Kitchen Rules New Zealand hits our screens with celebrity chefs Pete Evans and Manu Fieldel at the judging table.

Six new teams of home cooks from around the country will dish up the drama and battle it out for $100,000 prize money and the chance to be crowned My Kitchen Rules New Zealand champion.

When the MKR doorbell rings this year, each team will take turns to transform an ordinary home into an Instant Restaurant for one pressure cooker night. They’ll plate up a three-course menu designed to impress the judges and their fellow contestants. The teams with the highest scores will battle it out in sudden death cook-offs until the final two go head to head in the grand finale.

Celebrity judges Pete Evans and Manu Fieldel, will arrive at the Instant Restaurants in style, in a new 2017 Highlander, while three of the contestant teams will be driving the C-HR.

“The C-HR is an ideal fit with My Kitchen Rules New Zealand,” said Andrew Davis, Toyota New Zealand’s General Manager of Marketing.

“It’s contemporary and has a distinct style, much like the MKRNZ contestants, and I know the judges will be looking for the cooks to produce modern food with confidence.”

The C-HR is an individualistic five door compact SUV with unique design cues, which will appeal to those in the throes of independence. With its compact size, it is designed for city use, and dares to be different from the plethora of other similar “me too” compact SUVs on the market.

My Kitchen Rules New Zealand, 7.30pm Monday's on TVNZ 2.