The Teapot Challenge: Monica Galetti

MasterChef judge Monica Galetti takes on the BBC Good Food one-minute Teapot Challenge. How did she fare under our our quick-fire questioning?

 

The bbcgoodfood.com teapot challenge gives a top chef one minute to pick and answer as many questions from our teapot as possible. We're on the hunt for the snappiest, most interesting answers to our irreverent questions, and we're quizzing chefs on everything from crisps to cooking soundtracks. So, how did Monica Galetti get on? 

What’s your favourite herb?

Tarragon.
 

What’s your favourite food show?

MasterChef the Professionals. 
 

If you could only eat one again, what would it be – bacon sandwich or beans on toast?

Bacon sandwich.
 

What’s your favourite fast food?

I don't have one. 
 

What’s the first kitchen skill you’d teach a child?

Filleting a fish.
 

If you could only eat one again, what would it be – custard or cream?

Custard.
 

What do you serve with a special meal?

Champagne.
 

What’s the ultimate way to cook toast?

In a toaster.
 

What usually languishes at the back of your cupboard?

Lots of balsamic vinegar.
 

Who’s your favourite person to cook for?

My daughter Anais. 


What’s the best thing you’ve ever made with courgettes?

Grilled courgettes on a barbecue. 


Grand total: 11 questions in one minute.

Verdict: A question answered every six seconds - very cool, Monica. This is a lady who can seriously maintain a pace. 

 

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