The Next Iron Chef: Redemption, Chef Jehangir Mehta

Chef Jehangir Mehta is one of 10 rival chefs competing on Food Network’s The Next Iron Chef: Redemption.

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Chef Jehangir Mehta

Chef Jehangir Mehta as seen on Food Network's, Next Iron Chef Season 5

Chef Jehangir Mehta

Rival Chef Jehangir Mehta awaits the Chairman's Challenge "Resourcefulness" as seen on Food Network's Next Iron Chef, Redemption, Season 5.

Chef Jehangir Mehta With Iron Chef Morimoto on The Next Iron Chef Season 2

Masaharu Morimoto and Jehangir Mehta standing next to each other in front of baskets of fruits and vegetables

Chef Jehangir Mehta

Rival Chefs Jehangir Mehta, Amanda Freitag and Marcel Vigneron cook for the Chairman's Challenge "Resourcefulness" as seen on Food Network's Next Iron Chef, Redemption, Season 5.

Chef Jehangir Mehta

Rival Chef Amanda Freitag hugs fellow safe Rival Chef Elizabeth Falkner after the for the "White Bread" as seen on Food Network's Season 5.

Chef Jehangir Mehta With Rival Chefs and Alton Brown

Cast of Next Iron Chef as seen on Food Network's, Next Iron Chef Season 5

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