Four Indians of Bangalore firm clinch Guinness records title after making largest dirt cake

Posted on:16 Aug 2016 09:45:24
Four Indians of Bangalore firm clinch Guinness records title after making largest dirt cake
16 August 2016 Current Affairs: Indian company from Bangalore registered its name in Guinness World Records after making a world largest dirt cake. 

Bangalore Baking Buddies demonstrated the company’s skills and passion for baking after making a giant cake that weighed a whopping 1,078 kg.

The giant treat was unveiled at The Park hotel in Bangalore, Karnataka and was made by bakers Danish Ali, Dr Archana Diwan, Nidhi Bagri and Poonam Ankur Shrishrimal, who spent over 10 hours preparing it.

A dirt cake is a cake that uses crumbs from sandwich cookies and pudding in combination with other ingredients to create a dessert that has a dirty, garden-like look. 

This one contained 220 kg cream cheese, 190 litres whipped cream, 550 kg crushed sandwich cookies, 65 kg sugar, 180 litres milk, 45 kg custard powder, 35 kg sweets, 85 kg butter and 35 kg worth of edible decoration.

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