MasterChef star Reece Hignell reveals he's teaming up with Reynold Poernomo on a new project

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MasterChef star Reece Hignell reveals he's teaming up with Reynold Poernomo on a new project

MasterChef star Reece Hignell reveals he's teaming up with Reynold Poernomo on a new project at his dessert bar KOIBy Chloe-lee Longhe

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MasterChef star Reece Hignell reveals he’s teaming up with Reynold Poernomo on a new project at his dessert bar KOI

They both constantly leave MasterChef fans drooling with their incredible food creations on the show. 

And now Reece Hignell, 30, has revealed he’s teaming up with co-star Reynold Poernomo, 26, on a new project at Reynold’s dessert bar, KOI. 

Reece will be hosting special cooking classes at KOI to teach fans how to make some of his famous recipes, including his tasty lemon tart and his brown butter tart.

Exciting! MasterChef star Reece Hignell (pictured) revealed this week that he's teaming up with Reynold Poernomo on a new project at his dessert bar KOI

Exciting! MasterChef star Reece Hignell (pictured) revealed this week that he’s teaming up with Reynold Poernomo on a new project at his dessert bar KOI

The classes will be held from July 20-22 in the kitchen at the eatery in Sydney’s Ryde, with guests being able to take home their creations.  

The classes run for three hours and cost a whopping $350 per person. 

But participants receive a $50 KOI gift card to use upon booking in. 

Coming up! Reece will be hosting special cooking classes at KOI to teach fans how to make some of his famous recipes, including his tasty lemon tart and his brown butter tart. Reynold is pictured

Coming up! Reece will be hosting special cooking classes at KOI to teach fans how to make some of his famous recipes, including his tasty lemon tart and his brown butter tart. Reynold is pictured

Would you join in? The classes will be held from July 20-22 in the kitchen at the eatery in Sydney's Ryde, with guests being able to take home their creations

Would you join in? The classes will be held from July 20-22 in the kitchen at the eatery in Sydney’s Ryde, with guests being able to take home their creations

On Friday, Reece delighted his 95,000 Instagram followers by sharing the secret to making the perfect indulgent chocolate brownie.

Reece posted the ingredients and instructions, along with a delectable image of his gooey-looking treats, leaving fans drooling.

‘Here is a throwback to my Dulce de Leche chocolate brownie – weekend baking maybe? Haha,’ Reece cheekily captioned the post. 

Eager fans rushed to tell Reece they couldn’t wait to give the dessert a try.

Delicious: On Friday, Reece delighted his 95,000 Instagram followers by sharing the secret to making the perfect indulgent chocolate brownie

Delicious: On Friday, Reece delighted his 95,000 Instagram followers by sharing the secret to making the perfect indulgent chocolate brownie

‘Oooh making right now,’ wrote one excited follower.

Another added: ‘Yum this looks unreal.’

‘Love your cooking. I’m convincing the wife I need to bake this on the weekend,’ shared another.  

The talented chef has made it to the final five of Channel 10’s cooking competition.

He will battle against Laura Sharrad, Reynold, Callum Hann and Emelia Jackson for the top spot and $250,000 cash prize.

MasterChef continues Sunday at 7:30pm on Channel 10 

Reece Hignell’s Dulce de Leche Chocolate Brownies

Ingredients 

200g butter

200g dark chocolate

3/4 cup brown sugar

3 Eggs

1 tin of caramelised condensed milk

2 tsp of vanilla extract

1/3 cup cocoa powder

1/2 cup of self-raising flour

Pinch of salt 

METHOD

1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees and prepare a square brownie tray by spraying with non-stick cooking spray and lining with baking paper

2 In a microwave safe bowl, melt butter and chocolate in the microwave on 30 second burst until melted.

3. Once slightly cooled, whisk in the eggs, sugar and vanilla until evenly mixed through

4. Add self raising flour and cocoa powder and stir until there are no remaining lumps

5. Spoon dollops of caramelised condensed milk around tray then cover with the brownie batter

6. Bake in oven for 35 minutes then cool in the fridge until set.

Tip: If you cannot locate caramelised condensed milk or Dulce de Leche you can make it by placing an unopened can of condensed milk in simmering water for 3 hours

Source: Reece Hignell Instagram



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