Kerala girl cooks her way into record books

Kerala girl cooks her way into record books

A 10-year-old girl dished out 30 plus scrumptious food items including corn fritters, 'uthapam,' fried rice and chicken roast in less than one hour, earning her a place in record books.

The amazing feat by Saanvi M Prajit, daughter of Wing Commander of Indian Air Force Prajit Babu and Manjima hailing from Ernakulam, has been recognised by the Asia Book of Records and the India Book of Records, her family said here.

Her records have been established for the maximum number of dishes prepared by a child, they said.

Saanvi has cooked 33 items, which include idli, waffle, corn fritters, mushroom tikka, uthapam, paneer tikka, egg bulls eye, sandwich, papdi chaat, fried rice, chicken roast, pancake, appam, and many more.

The girl created the record on August 29 at the age of 10 years 06 months and 12 days.

"The Asia Book of Records authorities watched online the cookery event organised at her Visakhapatnam residence.

Besides, two gazetted officers were witness to the cooking of 33 items in an hour by Saanvi," her mother Manjima told PTI.

Saanvi said she was able to achieve the feat with the support of her family, friends and well wishers.

The girl said she was inspired by her mother, a star chef and a Reality cookery show finalist.

Manjima said as a child, Saanvi has always been fascinated by the kitchen and took to cooking at a very early age alongside her mother and grandparents.

Saanvi also has participated in Children's Cookery shows and has won recognition for her effort in the culinary field.

She also has a YouTube channel showcasing her attempts in cooking simple and tasty dishes.  

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