Her confidence can take Kishwar to heights as she proved in two team events during the contest. The contestants were divided into two teams and were told to cook famous dishes of the subcontinent.
Then they had to cook eastern or European cuisine. An expert in eastern cooking, Kishwar got European ingredients to use!
She decided to cook a North African and Moroccan beef dish, but used the Bangladesh popular 'kala bhuna' preparation style. She quite openly said on her Facebook page that she used the 'kala bhuna' recipe her father had taught her.
The judges were impressed and loved the dishes. She clinched the win for both her teams in those challenges.
In course of the contest, she also cooked the very Bengali fish gravy or 'machher jhol'. It was an instant favourite and the international media was full of praise for this dish too. A headline read, "This woman takes 'machher jhol' all the way to Masterchef Australia."
The judges loved this gravy dish of fish cooked with potatoes and tomatoes. In quite a unique endeavour, Kishwar is representing Bangladesh with an array of delicacies on an international level.