The winners of the inaugural Aagrah Doncaster Junior Chef competition have been revealed at a glittering awards ceremony at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Youngsters from across the borough battled in out last week at the Aagrah Restaurant in Woodlands, to make a curry in under an hour using their own unique recipes for a panel of judges.
This followed demonstrations from Aagrah’s Asif Ali, and school cook offs, through which two pupils, aged between seven and 11, from each of the participating eight primary schools were selected to battle it out to be crowned winner of the Junior Chef competition.
And tonight, the winners were honoured at a glitzy awards ceremony, in aid of Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
The top three winning teams were:
1, Braiden Dale and Kia Dagnall from Woodlands Primary
2, Lily Butler and Esenyia Tumareviva from Town Field Primary
3, Dilan Cokysar and Regan Dodds from Waverley
People attending the awards ceremony were served Braiden and Kia’s winning dish of Woodland Kofta Curry - minced lamb meatballs in a curry sauce
All of the entrants were also honoured in the categories awards.
Most Innovative Dish - Alfie Sykes and George Kreice from Barnburgh Primary
Most Health Conscious Dish - Abigael Stewart and Jakub Zietek from Woodfield Primary
Most Excellent Team Work - Amelia Pierrepont Smith and Reece Cragg from Kirk Sandall Infants
Most Outstanding Presentation - Lily Butler and Esenyia Tumarevica from Town Field Primary
Most Hygenic - Cory Plater and George Hooper from Highwoods Primary
Excellent Skill and Cooking Technique - Sahmar Ahmad and Edward Phillips from Kingfisher Primary
Most Organised and Prepared - Dilan Cokysar and Regan Dodds from Waverley Primary
Best Tasting Dish - Braiden Dale and Kia Dagnall from Woodlands Primary