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Croatia Guinness World Record: Largest meat stew

Croatia Guinness World Record: Largest meat stew

Vukovar, Croatia – August 22, 2016 – Chef maestro Denis Šoštarić (29) and 12 assisting chefs spent 9 hours cooking up 4,650 litres (12,500 portions) of meat stew (“Čobanac”), thus setting the new world record for the Largest meat stew.

Photo: Šoštarić and 12 assisting chefs spent 9 hours cooking up 12,500 portions of the stew to set a new world record. To make 4,650 litres of meat stew (Čobanac) Šoštarić and his crew used 1,700 kilograms of meat and 300 kilos of onions.

The Guinness World Records world record for the largest meat stew weighed 4,087.62 kg (9,011 lb 11 oz) and was made by BeefMaster Chef Grzegorz Cielecki (Poland) in Chorzów, Poland, on 9 September 2012.

Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the largest vegetable stew; it is 4,155 kg (9,160 lb 3 oz) and was made by Knorr Fine Foods (Egypt) in Cairo, Egypt, on 21 March 2015.

Šoštarić and 12 assisting chefs spent 9 hours on Sunday 21 August 2016 cooking up 12,500 portions of the stew to set a new world record, The Croatia Week reports.

To make 4,650 litres of Čobanac on what is definitely one of the world’s biggest kotlićs, Šoštarić and his crew used 1,700 kilograms of meat and 300 kilos of onions.

Čobanac, or Shepherd’s stew with a spicy kick, is a specialty from the eastern Croatian region of Slavonia. It is a traditional meat stew usually prepared in a cauldron, known as a kotlić, on an open fire.

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