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|Born||1997 (age 21–22)|
|Residence||Dural, New South Wales|
|Alma mater||Mount St Benedict College|
|Home town||Dural, New South Wales|
|Awards||Winner of MasterChef Australia 2019|
Takchi was selected in the 2019 auditions to join the 'Top 24' as a contestant on MasterChef Australia. On 23 July 2019, Takchi was announced as the winner of MasterChef 2019 and received a cash prize of $250,000, a new Holden Equinox and a monthly column in Delicious magazine for 12 months. She had a score of 85/90, including a 'perfect score' of 30/30 for her dessert, a Szechuan Pavlova with Beetroot and Blackberry.
- Holley-Gawne (24 July 2019). "MasterChef's Youngest Ever Winner Larissa Takchi on How "Age Is Just a Number"". www.msn.com. Retrieved 1 August 2019.
- Morgan, Michaela (23 July 2019). "Larissa Takchi Becomes The Youngest Ever Winner Of 'MasterChef Australia'". 10 Daily. Retrieved 4 August 2019.