PUBLISHED: 16:01, Mon, Mar 2, 2020 | UPDATED: 16:21, Mon, Mar 2, 2020
Fans of the 90s show Ready Steady Cook will remember the exuberant Ainsley Harriott, the green peppers and the red tomatoes. Viewers will be pleased to hear the series is returning to screens today, March 2. Here is everything you need to know about the new BBC series.
The new series will launch on BBC One today, March 2, at 4.30pm and will be a daily show.
Episodes will air from Monday to Friday at the same time and each instalment will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer afterwards.
X Factor star and reality TV personality Rylan Clark-Neal will be taking over from Ainsley Harriott as the host of the show.
He is also the host of the rebooted 90s hit show Supermarket Sweep which is airing on ITV2.
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Ready Steady Cook: The cookery show has been rebooted (Image: BBC)
Ready Steady Cook: The red team get cooking (Image: BBC)
The green peppers and red tomatoes are back and the vegetables are used to differentiate the two teams.
Each team includes a professional chef and a guest, who work together to create a meal using ingredients they have bought.
In the new series the chefs will be competing to create the best quick meal as well as take part in a 10-minute ‘quickie’ challenge.
In the main competition they will have just 20 minutes to cook up a culinary delight using just the budget ingredients in their bags.
Ready Steady Cook: The show is back (Image: BBC)
Ready Steady Cook: Alex with Mike Reid (Image: BBC)