It's never easy to be the first one to go but after going a little too hard with the lemon myrtle, Trent Vu was ultimately eliminated.
His MasterChef journey may have been "a rollercoaster" but the 23-year-old isn't letting his exit stop him achieve his dreams.
Trent is now keen to work in the food media space and write a column for a food magazine. We'll keep an eye out for you!
She made a valiant attempt to recreate Nigella Lawson's toasted marshmallow and rhubarb cake but medical student YoYo became the second person to leave the kitchen.
At 19, YoYo was the youngest competitor of the season but it all went wrong when her meringue didn’t hold its shape and her rhubarb was undercooked and crunchy.
First off her mac and cheese failed to make an impression but it was in the second round celebrating bread that Katrina was sent packing.
Though her bread and butter pudding with an orange twist tasted "beautifully like orange" it wasn't enough but
The 25-year-old even shared a cheeky post of herself posing suggestively in bed with two baguettes captioned: "Dear bread, if you wanted to take me home you should have just asked x."
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She may have been a big fan of returning stars Poh, Reynold and Callum but Minoli’s sesame-crusted steak served with daikon, yuzu dressing, crispy enoki mushrooms and pickled radish failed to hit the mark.
"I would put it in the bin from the first five minutes I thought of the idea and do something I actually liked!" the 34-year-old said when asked what she would do differently if she had her time again.
Judge Jock Zonfrillo's pressure test was too much for Maja whose recreation of his chocolate gingerbread salted caramel tart didn't hit the spot.
The 33-year-old felt she hadn’t nailed the dish and the judges agreed that there wasn’t enough bitterness or salt to cut through the sweetness. Bigger and better things are coming Maja!
The brief for the challenge was to make a dish that summed up the phrase "as cool as a cucumber" but when Wynona made a confit salmon with noodles, ginger broth, pickled cucumber that featured a cucumber granita, the granita was labelled an afterthought by the judges and she was sent home.
"I've learnt that I can handle a lot more pressure than I thought I could handle, I learnt that I'm capable of more than I thought I was and I've learnt that I'm a pretty good cook most of the time!" she admitted.
Despite being renowned for her desserts, Kirsten Tibballs' pressure test got the best of Therese and she was sent home wishing she'd played her immunity pin.
"I went on the show because I wanted to really step outside my comfort zone and do more things that scare me," the 31-year-old wrote on Instagram.
"I never would have thought that I would get this far from following my heart and taking a giant leap of faith. This wild ride has not only taught me so much about food, but I've also learned so much about myself."