My Kitchen Rules (NZ) season 2←My Kitchen Rules (NZ) season 1
My Kitchen Rules (NZ) season 2 episodes list:
In New Plymouth, sporty mates Laurence and Paul host the second instant restaurant, cooking a three-course meal for the judges and four rival teams.
The competition heads to Hawkes Bay, where the third Instant Restaurant is hosted by married couple Monique and Henry. The pair love to cook local ingredients with traditional Maori flavours.
Tonight, the competition heads south to Canterbury where mother and daughter team Cheryl and Ruth host the fouth Instant Restaurant in their home town of Rangiora.
The spotlight falls on best mates Travis and Jeremy, who are hosting the round's final Instant Restaurant in the small mining town of Macraes Flat, north of Dunedin.
Husband and wife team Jay and Sarah kick off Group Two's Instant Restaurant round, hosting a three-course dinner in Hamilton.
Manawatu friends Lauren and Simon host the next Instant Restaurant at a magnificent stately home in Palmerston North.
Foodie friends William and Zoe go all out to impress with an ambitious three-course menu at their Instant Restaurant in Auckland.
Sisters Kimberley and Brooke whip up a country feast at their Manawatu farm. But can they impress the city slickers?
With elimination looming for the lowest-scoring team, sisters Katrina and Natasha host Group Two's final instant restaurant in Auckland.
The teams host a charity barbecue challenge for Oxfam at Auckland's Britomart railway station, but there's a twist no one sees coming.
Six teams face a rapid cook-off then a showdown at MKR headquarters to find who will be safe and who will go to sudden death.
The four bottom teams must face off in a double sudden death challenge.
In a People's Choice challenge at Auckland's Ponsonby Rugby Club, the teams cook for a horde of hungry rugby players.
The teams compete in a beef and lamb cook-off and a bar snack challenge to find who will be safe and who will face sudden death.
The four bottom teams face off in a double sudden death challenge, cooking three-course meals for the MKR judges and guest tasting panel Robert Oliver, Nadia Lim, Liz Egan and Grace Ramirez.
The top five teams cook a five-course degustation dinner for students and guests at Auckland's Pakuranga College.
In the first semi-final, two teams cook their best three-course meals for the MKR judges and guest tasting panel to find who will go through to the grand final.
In the second semi-final, two teams cook their best three-course meals for the MKR judges and guest tasting panel to find who will go through to the grand final.
Grand Final: the Two Finalist Teams Cook Five Courses Each for the Mkr Judges and Guest Tasting Panel to Find Who Will Win the Mkr New Zealand 2015 Title and $100,000