MasterChef fans have a big complaint as BBC contestants scramble to feed emergency services staff | The Sun

MASTERCHEF viewers all had the same complaint as the contestants cooked meals for emergency services staff in the latest episode.

The BBC cooking show returned with the final eight budding chefs hoping to impress the judges and be crowned the champion.

The assignment for this week was to prepare a main meal and dessert for 120 emergency service staff at a firefighter college.

The eight contestants were divided into two groups: the blue team, who created roasted cod in a Thai coconut broth, and the red team, who made venison wellington.

But those at home watching were not impressed by the portions of the meals, and quipped that the starved firefighters would "be straight down to McDonald's" since the meals would not satisfy them.

Taking to Twitter to share their thoughts, one viewer wrote: "Sorry but if you're a ravenous firefighter you don't want MasterChef size portions to refuel."

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A second added: "Those portions aren't going to be enough for those lads!"

A third penned: "Can't believe they're giving them such small portion's, they are firefighters for god sake!"

A fourth quipped: "I bet all those firefighters are down McDonald's straight after this lunch!"

A fifth complained: "I don't understand how they think that's enough food for a ravenous fighter.

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In the end, the blue team were the winners of the semi final and went through to next week's round and the red team lost, therefore they had to compete in the kitchen to make a feast out of tinned food.

MasterChef viewers also slammed John Torode and Gregg Wallace for their "passive aggressive" comments towards the contestants in the episode.

As both chefs offered advice and spoke to the contestants during the process, viewers at home weren't happy.

They took to social media to slam the pair and accused them of being "passive aggressive" with the hopefuls.

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