This meal is so epic that for the longest time many considered it to be a myth. The calorific stuffed camel is very real however, and is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest meal in the world.
The dish — known as “camel Turducken” – is popular in several Arab countries, particularly in Saudi Arabia. It involves taking one full-grown camel, emptying its insides, stuffing it with several whole lambs, about 20 chickens and plenty of fish.
The whole thing is then cooked over a pit of burning charcoal for 24 hours. Once that’s done, it can feed between 80 — 100 people and — according to cook book chef Sven Krause who prepared the dish for a Saudi sheik’s wedding — is best served with 12 kg of rice, 60 eggs, 2 kg of almonds and a shit load of water.
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