This whole stuffed camel (pictured below) has officially been named “the largest item on any menu in the world” by the Guinness Book of World Records.
This is a traditional Bedouin wedding dish prepared by stuffing an entire camel with two sheep, or lambs, which in turn are stuffed with around 20 chickens – which are often stuffed with fish.
It is believed to be inspired by “Turducken,” a dish that consists of a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned duck, which is in turn stuffed into a deboned turkey.
And in case you were wondering how this gigantic treat is prepared, here are some basic steps, according to the Milwaukee Journal.
“Cook eggs. Stuff eggs into fish. Cook the fish. Stuff the fish into cooked chickens. Stuff the cooked chickens into roasted sheep. Stuff the roasted sheep carcass into a whole camel . . . now cook to taste.”
For more interesting information on the whole stuffed camel, watch the video below: