MKR judge Manu Feildel surprised fans with a provocative post this week and that was exactly the response he wanted.

Talk about food porn.

Celebrity chef Manu Feildel is already known as a bit of a sex symbol, but he went above the call of duty this week, surprising fans with a different kind of saucy dish.

The My Kitchen Rules judge posted the X-rated picture to Instagram on Monday, showing off his sexy interpretation of the classic French pastry tower, the Croquembouche.

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Dubbing the cheeky, phallic structure his "Cockembouche", Manu asked his 141,000 followers if it reminded them of "anything in par-dick-ular".

"It's bursting with flavour and with one bite, will melt in your mouth," Manu wrote.

The racy post has been liked by nearly 8000 people, with fans expressing how the "dirty" post had shocked them.

"Holy moly — that is pornographic!" one person wrote.

The post was designed to attract attention.

Celebrity chefs around the world are currently posting photos of "naughty nibbles" to raise awareness about clinical trial research into cancers that aren't usually spoken about.

The #rudefood campaign, run by the Australian New Zealand Urogenital and Prostate Cancer Trial group (ANZUP), is focusing on "below the belt" cancers such as prostate, kidney, testicular, penile and bladder cancer.

"These cancers are the ones that don't make the headlines and people don't want to talk about [them] but we need to change that," Manu wrote on Instagram.

Other celebrity chefs have jumped on the #rudefood trend, sharing photos of their raunchy dishes to spread the message.

Beau Cook, the author of Beau Cook's Food Porn, is all about getting down and dirty in the kitchen, so he eagerly took up the call to action.

You won't find this recipe in The Keto Diet, but celebrity chef Scott Gooding shared his reasons for the dish on Instagram.

"My dad had prostate cancer so it's something close to my heart … what better way to bring attention to that area of the body for men than to create a penis out of eggs … voila!" he wrote.

Sydney food blogger Simon Leong whipped up an impressive selection of raunchy dishes for the cause, from "12-inches of Hot Sopressa Pizza" and a "Not So Flat White" to a "Blush Martini Cock-tail" for dessert.

" … Your health is one of the most important things in life and my dad has been treated for prostate cancer so I know the value of lifesaving medical help," Simon wrote.

Head chef at Sydney's Icebergs restaurant, Monty Koludrovic got a bit risqué with his stuffed zucchini flowers.

The phallic flower has been stuffed with shellfish.

Enough said.