World Food India 2017: Chef Sanjeev Kapoor prepares 800 Kg Khichdi to make world record

World Food India 2017: Chef Sanjeev Kapoor prepares 800 Kg Khichdi to make world record
Written by Pallavi Parmar

World Food India 2017 is all set to make a world record of 800 kilograms Khichdi. India will make the world record by cooking 800 Kg Khichdi preparing by the Chef Sanjeev Kapoor. And the tadka in Khichdi will be added by Ramdev Baba. As per the reports of the various media organisation, India is set to create a world record and to popularise Indian food brand globally. This event has embraced at the Great Indian Food Street Hangar near India Gate Lawns, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The event was inaugurated by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 3rd November 2017. It aimed to enhance India food processing sector and grow India’s food sector globally.

However, earlier in this week, there was a lot of buzz on the social media that Khichdi is going to announced as India’s National dish. Later, it was declared by the Union Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal that Khichdi is not going to be India’s National food but we are just popularising khichdi and Indian food globally.

This three-day long World Food India event is organised by the Ministry of Food Processing Industries from 3rd November to 5th November 2017. In this event, 50 people involved in preparing the big pot of Khichdi. And Khichdi is cooking into a specially crafted three-layered stainless steel big Khadai that has the diameter of 7 feet and capacity of 1000 litres. And it will be served to the audience who present at the convention. Also, the complete recipe of khichdi will be share in the event.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.