AN executive chef was crowned the winner of a television cooking show where she was asked to recreate a well-known fast food burger.

Lisa Goodwin-Allen, in charge of the kitchens at the Michelin-starred restaurant at Langho’s Northcote, came out on top of Channel 4’s Snackmasters on Tuesday night.

Lisa was pitted against two Michelin-star chef, Claude Bosi, from Bibendum in Chelsea, to make Burger King’s Whopper, complete with the bun, the fries and the dressings.

Each chef had to painstakingly work out the ingredients of the fast-food meal, before coming up with cooking methods in order to replicate the burger’s taste, texture and size.

They then went head-to-head in a Burger King restaurant to deliver their burgers in the fastest possible time.

Lisa made her burgers in front of a panel of Burger King workers in an impressive nine minutes and 53 seconds.

While Mr Bosi made his in 15 minutes and 22 seconds.

The jury were ruthless in their critiquing, with Lisa’s burger described as “not bad”, but the bun was “not right” and too sugary, however visually the judges were pleased.

Claude’s burgers were described as good, but not having the right flavour, had too many sesame seeds on it and the bun had a brioche appearance.

However The Lancashire-based chef came out on top and was crowned queen of this week’s challenge.

On her win, she said: “I think I did a pretty good job and I did it fast. I feel good.”