Little Chef’s ‘Daawat-E-Khaas’ Makes 33 Dishes Within An Hour To Set Record In Asia Book Of Records In Hyderabad

An extraordinary talented little girl Saanvi Manohar Reddy set a record in the Asia Book of Records and the India Book of Records for her culinary talents in making 33 dishes in her Daawat E Khaas within an hour in Hyderabad.

A 10-year-old girl from Hyderabad in Telangana set a record by cooking 33 dishes in an hour, the maximum number of dishes prepared by a child. Sanvi Manohar, daughter of Wing Commander of Indian Air Force Manohar Babu and Manjula, who currently resides in Bolarum area in Hyderabad, earned a place in Asia Book of Records and the India Book of Records for her culinary skills.

The dishes Saanvi prepared included idlis, chicken roast, fried rice, waffles, corn fritters, pancakes, mushroom tikka, uttapam, paneer tikka, bulls-eye eggs, sandwiches and papdi chaat, among many more.

The record was created on October 05. The Asian Book of Records authorities monitored Saanvi’s cooking online. Two gazetted officers were also present when she was cooking the dishes.

The child’s mother Manjula said that Saanvi was interested in cooking ever since she was very young. Manjula was also a finalist in a cooking reality show MasterChef India.

“We come from a family who give a lot of importance to food. That is how we were in our native place Karimnagar, where food is very much special. Everyone at our home cooks. She used to watch us cooking at a very young age. She grasped them so quickly, it was beyond our imagination,” Manjula told #KhabarLive.

Until recent, Saanvi was not allowed to cook using a gas stove or oven. She usually prepared food using an induction stove. However, her parents were surprised to see that she learned to cook on a gas stove within a month.

“She had put in a lot of effort. It was a trial-and-error process for her. She followed mine, her grandmother’s and her grandfather’s style of cooking and eventually developed a pattern for herself. It was during the lockdown she learned this art of quick cooking,” Manjula added.

Whenever Manjula was away from home, it was Saanvi who helped her father to cook.

“When my husband cooked, she used to correct it. That is when we understood that she was perceiving things efficiently. When she watched us cooking, we never knew that she would do this so seriously. Now she is the one who prepares morning tea at home daily. Everyone loves her tea,” Manjula says. #brandbiz

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