Recently, a plate of breaded beef fried in a food festival in the city of Lujan (Argentina) was wiped clean despite the volume up to nearly 1 ton!
More specifically, dozens of chefs across Argentina have gathered in Lujan city to contribute to making “Neapolitan milanese” (Fried Beef) with the aim of being recorded in the Guinness Book of Records.
The plate of fried breaded beef weighs nearly a ton
Cristian Ibarlucia, project manager “La Milanesa Records”, said that this special cake plate is 4 meters long, 3 meters wide, 3 centimeters thick and weighs 926 kilograms. He said the city government has facilitated chefs to make this dish after checking the Guinness book of records but has not yet found this dish registered.
Accordingly, the Neapolitan milanese dish is said to have been created by the Argentinians with tomato sauce and melted cheese on top of breaded beef.
Even, every year, May 3 is chosen as the National Breaded Beef Day of Argentina. This is enough to prove how much the people of this country love Neapolitan milanese food.