South Africa has made it into the Guiness Book of records again yesterday – with the world’s largest omelette.
South African chefs, Bruce Robertson and Ryan Bradbury, broke the world record for the largest omelette ever made at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town – via News24
- Weight: 3.2 tons
- Skillet: 14 meters in diameter
- 60 000 eggs
- 500kg of cheese
- 200kg of tomatoes
The omelette would be used to feed underprivileged children around the peninsula.
The previous record, according to the Guinness World Records website, was held by The Lung Association, Brockville, Canada who managed to make an omelette that weighed 2.95 tonnes at the Brockville Memorial Centre, Ontario, Canada on May 11, 2002.