Netizens Not Impressed With Food Cooked In 4,800kg-Capacity Cauldron In Ajmer
Image Credit: Source: Screengrab of @foodie_incarnate's Instagram reel

We come across scores of food trends on the internet every single day. From weird trends that break our hearts into pieces to bringing up food facts that we were unaware of, Instagram has become an abode for foodies. And recently we came across one such astonishing video that we were unaware of. The video shows the world’s biggest cauldron that has the capacity of cooking 4,800 kgs of food. This kadai is used in Ajmer Sharif Dargah to cook food. While it sounds quite fascinating to us, most netizens aren’t impressed with the same. Why? Well, take a look at the video yourself:

In this video - uploaded by food blogger Amar Sirohi, who goes by the username @foodie_incarnate on Instagram - we can see a man going all the way down to the bottom of the cauldron and passing food in buckets. While the food looks good, most netizens are concerned about the hygiene levels, as the man is seen stepping inside the mammoth vessel. Moreover, most of them have suggestions on the unnecessary use of such a large kadai, as it is not even a quarter full with food. The video has garnered about 575k views, 50k likes and hundreds of comments from netizens in just three days. The comments section is full of netizens expressing their concerns over the hygiene of the food. Take a look:

“Biggest??? Who the hell cares and why aren't people concerned about hygiene as a matter of fact they could've easily make that in medium sized ones”

“Itnaaa hygienic. Ohhh bhaaaisaahhhaaaabbb 😭💘”

“Respect the faith while acknowledging the fact that it’s pretty unhygienic … should actually learn how gurudwaaras operate serving food maintaining hygiene .. Respect faith but criticise the wrong and bring about necessary changes .❤️”

“It's not even 1 quarter full. Y need to use that big pot.. Could have used much smaller pot and easily transfered the food without needing to go into the pot and step the food”

What are your views on this kadai? Do let us know in the comments section below.