BBC One has announced the return of cookery show Ready Steady Cook for a second series.
Ready Steady Cook made a return to screens in March after a 20-year break and will be back with 30 more episodes in 2021.
Rylan Clark-Neal will return to host and will be joined by chefs Mike Reid, Romy Gill MBE, Akis Petretzikis, Ellis Barrie and Anna Haugh, who will be racing against the clock to show off their cooking mastery.
Each episode will see two contestants, paired with a chef, compete against each other in the Ready Steady Cook kitchen.
In the first challenge, each contestant will bring along ingredients they have bought with a limited budget and they have 20 minutes to create an exciting and enticing dish, with the addition of surprise twists that will turn up the heat in the kitchen.
In the second challenge, the pair of contestants will only have ten minutes to create a delicious dish created from random ingredients, resulting in some surprising flavour combinations.
The winner will be decided with the iconic red tomato and green pepper voting cards.
“I’m very excited to bring Ready Steady Cook back for series two on BBC One,” said Rylan Clark-Neal.
He added: “We never realised when series one was on air the climate that we would be living in and how beneficial it was to so many at home watching, who were scrambling to make meals from random ingredients in the cupboard!”
The new series of Ready Steady Cook will be filmed and produced in Glasgow.