Largest Omelette - world record set by Turkish chefs
ANKARA, Turkey--The Turkish Egg Producers Association celebrated World Egg Day by cooking an omelette weighing six tonnes with a total of 432 litres of oil and 110,000 eggs used
- setting the new world record for the Largest Omelette.
Photo: The Largest Omelette in the World, weighing six tonnes.
Photo by: Umit Bektas/REUTERS (enlarge photo)
The feat took 432 liters of oil, 10 chefs, 50 cooks, and at least one chicken.
Around 80 chefs cooked the World's Largest Omelette in a 10m round frying pan, using 110,000 eggs.
Carim Valerio, from the Guinness Book of World Records, watched the record attempt and confirmed it had been successful.
The Turkish Egg Producers Association staged the world record attempt for the World's Largest Omelette to promote eggs as a healthy primary food source.
The previous Guinness World Record holder for the Largest Omelette was one made in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa, on October 9, 2009 weighing 3.625 tonnes, according to the Guinness World Records website.