Larissa Takchi

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Larissa Takchi
Born1997 (age 21–22)
ResidenceDural, New South Wales
NationalityAustralian
Alma materMount St Benedict College
OccupationTelevision cook
Home townDural, New South Wales
PredecessorSashi Cheliah
Partner(s)Luke Dominello
AwardsWinner of MasterChef Australia 2019

Larissa Takchi (born 1997) is an Australian cook who won the eleventh series of MasterChef Australia in 2019. At 22 years old, she was the youngest contestant to win the competition.[1][2]

MasterChef Australia[edit]

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ Morgan, Michaela (23 July 2019). "Larissa Takchi Becomes The Youngest Ever Winner Of 'MasterChef Australia'". 10 Daily. Retrieved 4 August 2019.

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