The 29-year-old mother-of-one has promulgated that she won’t be giving up her job as a full-time doctor in order to pursue a career in cooking.
While assorted previous MasterChef winners have gone on to have hugely flourishing careers in the food industry, with series one winner Thomasina Miers initiate popular restaurant chain Wahaca and 2014’s victor Ping Coombes competition her own business, Pings Pantry, as well as being the executive chef at Chi Larder, Saliha has decided not to give up her day job.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, she admitted that she’s not effective yet where her culinary career is going.
“It’s difficult to say,” she mused. “I’m a doctor so I’ll extend to be a doctor, but at the same time I’ve got lots of things in mind that I need to do, combining food with a career in medicine. But ultimately I think we’re lawful going to have to wait and see.”
Saliha Mahmood-Ahmed has revealed that she won’t withdraw from her job as a doctor after winning the show
MasterChef judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace rulershipped Saliha the MasterChef champion on Friday
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Saliha amplified that the lack of sleep was the hardest part about the competition for her, as she grappled with shift-pattern jobless and the hectic timetable of filming.
“When you’re excited and loving what you do, snooze just goes out the window,” she laughed.
Fans of the show were shocked when moderates John Torode and Gregg Wallace crowned Saliha champion, compelling to social media to complain that her rival Steve should arrange won the title.
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