The concept of Thali in India has crossed the length and breadth of the country. In any state of India, you can find unique thali with different delicacies of the region. Most thalis offer a combination of lentils, vegetables, rice and bread. But recently, Delhi’s unique “Baahubali” Thali has caught our attention. The giant thali has a huge part of many dishes. In fact, when you finish this tally, you can even win Rs prizes. 80,000 rupees! The Baahubali Thali video was shared on YouTube by food blogger Rajneesh Gyani, who holds the handle “Are You Hungry.” please look:
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The Baahubali Thali video spread by word of mouth in a few days and has been viewed over 2 million times. The dining challenge came from a restaurant called Ardour 2.1 in Connaught Place, New Delhi. In the clip, Rajneesh Gyani tries to challenge with friends. He was asked to finish the entire Thali in just 40 minutes to win the Rs prize. 80,000 rupees.
A clip about 15 minutes long shows the entire process for a blogger to complete a food challenge. The giant barf ballitary was made up of many North Indian dishes. First, the entire thali was assembled. Some of Tari’s dishes include Tamatar Ka Shorva, Papdi Chart, Gobi Matal, Dal Tucka, Kadi Pakoda, Alou Parak, Malai Kofta, Soya Chap Masala, Kadai Paneer, Dal Dal. They were Makani, Dam Alou, Saag, and Paneer Tikka Masala. Vegetable biryani, steamed rice, and various breads complemented the meal. In Thali, we also saw papads, salads, raitas and pickles of onions. Jharjheela and rose sorbet were also served as drinks in Tali. For dessert, there was also part of Gulab Jamun.
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The blogger was able to complete the food challenge within the stipulated time and won the Rs prize. 80,000 rupees. They celebrated the victory, but said they would donate the prize money to a charity.
Do you think you can finish the Giant Burf Ballitary in just 40 minutes? Please let us know in the comments below.