Our Longest Kebab Enters the Limca Book of Records

The students of NIMS International School of Hotel Management (NISHM) created history by preparing the longest vegetarian kebab, measuring 49 ft 8.4 inches, and grabbing a spot in the Limca Book of Records, an Indian equivalent of the Guinness Book of World Records. A team of 45 students participated in the process and accomplished their objective of making the longest veg kebab in 9 hours 53 minutes on April 6, 2022, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Manoj Srivastava, the principal of NISHM.

The students and faculty members arranged for a specialised cooking pan or tawa, which was 50 ft long and 25 ft wide. The vegetarian tawa kebab was cooked in a setup with seven industrial gas cylinders, a hot plate tawa and a rail burner beneath. The ingredients that students used to prepare the dish included 16 kg potatoes, 7 kg spinach, 5 kg chickpea flour, 5 kg soya nuggets, 5 kg onion-garlic paste, 2 kg green peas, 2 litres of ghee, 2 kg capsicum, 1 kg mint leaves, 1 kg green chillies and 900 gm ground garam masala.

This is a significant achievement for NIMS University as it has given it a recognition in the world of culinary arts. The university celebrated the achievement of the students and the faculty members and put the longest vegetarian kebab on display at its Sundervan Garden. It was a proud moment for the university as it set an example for others to follow.

NIMS University Rajasthan, Jaipur Chairperson & Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S. Tomar congratulated the students and faculty members for making everyone proud.

“May the students of NIMS University keep breaking records in whichever field they are in,” Dr. Tomar said. “I want to see the students of NIMS University making us proud wherever they go,” he added.

The students broke the previous record for the longest kebab, which was a non-vegetarian dish of 40 feet. Prof. Dr. Srivastava said that the team began its journey with a three ft. kebab and gradually took up the challenge of making longer ones. Finally, they created a setup for the record-breaking 49 ft. 8.4 inches vegetarian tawa kebab.

Prof. Srivastava emphasised the opportunities and exposure that the university offers to its students. He mentioned how the chairperson encourages students to think out of the box and also thanked the university management for all the support they provided.

Limca Book of Records is an annual publication that refers to the world records held by the Indians. Since 1987, it has been documenting the efforts and milestones achieved by the people in India and it has published 30 editions to date. It takes pride in noting down enormous glorious achievements of the Indians throughout the world. Being able to acquire a spot in the Limca Book of Records is no less than an honour and the students of NIMS International School of Hotel Management achieved it after putting continuous efforts into preparing an even longer kebab every time they experimented.

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