Channel 4 has a brand new cooking show in the works that puts amateur cooks head to head against professional chefs in a series of cook-offs.

The cooking ‘gameshow’ will see the contestants face a tasting jury as they battle out against four chefs for a £10,000 cash prize.

So want to meet the professionals and presenters? Check out the cast list below…

Andi Oliver

Andi Oliver

Presenting the brand new Channel 4 series is Great British Menu judge Andi Oliver.

Andi is super qualified for the job, having been a longtime chef on Saturday Kitchen, a presenter on The One Show and a radio host on Radio 4’s award-winning The Food Programme.

You can follow her on Instagram at @andioliver where she has 10.2k followers.

Mark Sargeant

Acting as one of the four professional cooks on the show is Michelin star chef Mark Sargeant.

As a longtime colleague of Gordon Ramsey, Mark certainly knows his way around a kitchen, being awarded ‘Chef of the Year’ in 2002.

Since then he has become a published author and restauranteur and has worked on television as a presenter on  ITV’s Saturday Cookbook.

You can follow him on Instagram at @marksargey10 where he has 22k followers.

 

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Absolutely amazing night watching @takethat last night. They were amazing.

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Clodagh Mckenna

Also joining Beat the Chef as a professional cook is Irish food lover Clodagh Mckenna.

 

Clodagh is a best-selling cookbook author and television presenter and has appeared as a guest chef loads of top shows including Sunday Brunch and This Morning.

You can follow her on Instagram at @Clodagh_Mckenna where she has 59.3k followers.

 

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Join me tomorrow on @thismorning I’ll be cooking with @hollywilloughby and @schofe in the kitchen! See you there 👩🏼‍🍳

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Frederick Forster

Beat the Chef UK will also feature Saturday Kitchen guest chef Frederick Forster.

Frederick has some serious accolades under his belt including winning National Chef of the Year in 2011 and Master of Culinary Arts in 2012.

You can follow him on Twitter at @freddyforster where he has 1.2k followers.

James Tanner

Joining his fellow professionals on Beat the Chef is 42-year-old restauranteur James Tanner.

James has made multiple TV appearances including guest spots on Chef Stars, Ready Steady Cook and  ITV’s Lorraine.

You can follow him on Instagram at @jamestanner01 where he has 2.2k followers.

 

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Walking Louis after lunch service @kentishhare #frenchie #frenchbulldog

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