Queensland mums Jac and Shaz through to MKR grand final

My Kitchen Rules semi-finalists Eva and Debra and grand finalists Jac and Shaz.
My Kitchen Rules semi-finalists Eva and Debra and grand finalists Jac and Shaz. Channel 7

MY KITCHEN Rules will come to a State of Origin-style crescendo tomorrow night.

Mount Isa mums Jac and Shaz won the reality cooking show's second semi-final tonight, beating Perth work mates Eva and Debra.

"We're just Jac and Shaz," Shaz said.

"Mount Isa always looks after its own so hopefully they're cheering for us."

Eva and Debra, who scored the highest ever instant restaurant score in the show's history, hit major issues with their main course.

After running out of time to start their vindaloo curry during their entrée preparation time, the "spice queens" were forced to use a pressure cooker.

The result was a watery mixture, rather than the dry curry the girls were after.

"For me when I order a vindaloo, it blows your head off with heat and so many different spices, but this is just bland," judge Manu Feildel said.

Dessert was closely fought, but Eva and Debra's failed curry sealed their fate.

"MKR has been a celebration of the sort of food that we love and who we are," said Debra.

Eva added: "This is not the end of Eva and Debra; this is just the beginning."

The My Kitchen Rules grand final airs tomorrow at 7.30pm on Channel 7.


Jac and Shaz's menu

Entrée: Sautéed chicken livers with caramelized onions and port

Main: Smoked duck with fennel puree and cranberry sauce

Dessert: Lime and coconut sorbet with pineapple and meringue

Score: 49


Eva and Debra's menu

Entrée: Crumbed fish cakes with mango chutney

Main: Pork vindaloo with spiced eggplants and raita

Dessert: Mango pudding with coconut sago

Score: 44

Topics:  jac and shaz manu feildel my kitchen rules 2015 pete evans

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