Kerala bakeries seek Guinness stamp for worlds longest brownie cake
You do not need a season to enjoy a cake. It’s a year-round passion. It need not be reserved only for specific events such as birthdays or festivals such as Christmas. People in many cities flock to bakeries like bees to honey. Some bakeries even go more than the extra mile to appeal to people. Now two bakeries in Kerala are bidding for a Guinness record for the world’s longest brownie cake.
The New Cochin Bakery and Brownies Bakery in Kannur are designing the cake which will be on display at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kannur. It will be formally unveiled by Governor of Goa P S Sreedharan Pillai on Sunday, according to a report in a section of the Indian media.
The cake has ingredients such as melted chocolate, cashew nuts, vegetable oil and chocolate butter icing as ingredients. The bakeries trace their origins to Mambally Bapu who was handed the recipe for cakes by the English at the fag end of their rule in India. The English were so impressed with Bapu's baking skills that they authenticated the consistency and flavour of the cake.