Fox’s “MasterChef” returned Wednesday night with its Season 10 premiere, bringing with it the first batch of home cooks to make it into the Top 20.

In the episode, auditioning chefs made their favorite dishes for the judges — chef Gordon Ramsay, chef Aarón Sánchez and restaurateur Joe Bastianich— in the hopes they’d earn a white apron and move forward in the competition. They had to get a “Yes” from all three of the judges in order to continue on.

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“MasterChef” Season 10 started on Wednesday. FOX

Only about half of the cooks auditioned in episode 1, with the rest showing off what they’ve got in episode 2 next week. Here are all of the “MasterChef” contestants who were shown making it into the Top 20 in the Season 10 premiere:

Dorian Hunter (Cartersville, Georgia)

Dish: Drunken chocolate cake with hazelnut toffee and vanilla bean anglaise

Liz Linn (Duran, Michigan)

Dish: Mediterranean red snapper

Keturah King (London)

Dish: Bibimbap with beef bulgogi

Nick DiGiovanni (Barrington, Rhode Island)

Dish: Lamb ravioli with creme fraiche and mint oil

Subha Ramiah (West Nyack, New York)

Dish: Chicken and sausage jambalaya with raita

Kenny Palazzolo (Boston)

Dish: NY strip braciole with vegetable risotto

Jamie Hough (Poly’s Island, South Carolina)

Dish: Red snapper with a crawfish cream sauce

Sam Haaz (Philadelphia)

Dish: Cold steak salad with herbs and fried shallots

Sarah Faherty (San Diego)

Dish: Herb-crusted rack of lamb with fondant potato and pea puree

Aside from these nine cooks moving into the Top 20, there’s also another one whose time in the competition isn’t quite over.

Micah Yaroch, from Grand Rapids, Michigan, made churros with Aztec chocolate. He didn’t get a “Yes” from all of the judges, but Ramsay used a special battle pass on him, allowing him one more chance to make it into the Top 20. He’ll go up against the contestants the other two judges give out their passes to in episode 2.

Find out the full lineup of “MasterChef” Season 10 contestants when the show airs on Fox on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT.