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Vendor claims to make”Biggest Burger in India” viral in Punjab

We order a double decker burger to receive an extra serving for our ravenous soul when a regular burger isn’t enough to satisfy our rumbling tummy. And it’s always sufficient! However, a restaurant in Punjab constructed a massive burger that weighed more than 30 kg, and we are unsure of who will consume it all. A culinary blogger uploaded a video of the enormous burger, and it quickly went viral. The only difference between this burger and the typical ones we find everywhere is that everything, including the buns, cheese slices, and lettuce leaves, are enormous. 

We simply can’t stop drooling while admiring it. Akshay, a food blogger from Amritsar, submitted the video on his Instagram account, “a garnish bowl.” “India’s biggest burger” is noted in the caption of the film, which depicts the enormous burger being rounded off on a table at the “six10 Burger” restaurant in Hoshiarpur.

According to a spokesman from the burger restaurant, the burger must weigh between 40 and 5 kg, although it is unquestionably heavier than 30 kg. He adds that the burger’s ingredients include 12 kg of buns, 16 kg of vegetables, 5–6 kg of sauce, 1 kg of paneer, and 5–6 kg of tikkis.

More than 2 million people have watched the trending video, which has received over 2 lakh likes and over 500 comments.

And some individuals did not particularly enjoy the concept of this enormous burger. One commenter suggested, “Better design an actual edible burger with decent quality and quantity in size.” It was dismissed by another observer, who remarked, “It’s a waste of food.”

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