As the nation celebrates Ganesh Utsav, the show too dedicated an episode to the festival where contestants prepared traditional 'modaks' with a twist at the RK Studio.
The children gave a twist to the recipe and created beetroot, pineapple and marble-effect 'modaks'.
Randhir and his younger brother Rajiv were present there.
"I can't make a proper cup of tea, so I am amazed at the cooking skills of these little Junior MasterChef contestants. They have been cooking international cuisine at such a tender age. I am so proud of them," Randhir said in a statement.
"The 'modaks' were delicious and added great flavour to our festival," he added.
The show, judged by chefs Vikas Khanna, Kunal Kapoor and Surjan Singh Jolly, airs on Star Plus.
--IANS (Posted on 11-09-2013)