Friday, April 30, 2010
Asparagus Omelette - world record set by Italian
CANINO, Italy -- The chefs in Canino used 1,500
eggs, 100 kilos of asparagus and seven litres of olive oil
to fry the six foot wide creation in a giant pan, setting the world record for the Largest
Photo: Italian cooks have whipped up
Largest Asparagus Omelette, measuring six foot
Largest Asparagus Omelette was prepared in a huge
pan. It was later served to the spectators present.
"It was delicious and it's quite something to
have eaten part of a world record," said one fan.
Although this unique omelette is usually
served from the skillet, it is also delicious served cold
or at room temperature.
While some slice this omelette into bite-size
squares and serve it as a tapa, it is more common to see this
dish served in more generous portions for lunch or a light
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April 30, 2010