The News Scroll 17 July 2019  Last Updated at 3:46 pm | Source: IANS

Delhi''s giant chocolate roll pampers Indians'' sweet tooth

Delhi''s giant chocolate roll pampers Indians'' sweet tooth
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Delhi''s giant chocolate roll pampers Indians'' sweet tooth

New Delhi, July 17 Massive biryani, khichdi and pizza world records -- we''ve seen them all. But chef Dhruv Oberoi surprised visitors here by preparing a 12-feet giant Swiss chocolate roll.

Milking on the sweet tooth Indians are known to have, Oberoi, who works for the Olive Kitchen and Bar here, led a team of five chefs involved in the production of the massive chocolate dessert.

"Indians love their desserts. Chocolate especially is doing well. People nowadays are moving a lot towards bitter chocolate, so they want desserts but customized and not that sweet," the young chef told , adding that he''s eyeing the preparation of a large tart.

The delicacy, deemed the first Swiss roll in Delhi of these dimensions, materialized after two pilot runs of 3 and 6-feet long rolls.

The final 12-feet roll is being served to the guests free of charge in honour of World Chocolate Day celebrated earlier this month.

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