China's 10,100 feet long noodle makes Guinness World Records for longest noodle

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Dec 17, 2017, 3:00 pm IST
Updated Dec 17, 2017, 3:00 pm IST
The Chinese chefs from Henan province broke Japan's previously-held record of 1,800 feet, set in 2001.
The Chinese chefs from Henan province broke Japan's previously-held record of 1,800 feet, set in 2001. (Photo: Youtube/GuinnessWorldRecords)
 The Chinese chefs from Henan province broke Japan's previously-held record of 1,800 feet, set in 2001. (Photo: Youtube/GuinnessWorldRecords)

There is a new record in the Guinness World, it is the record for longest noodle in the world. 

The noodle created by chefs from a Chinese food company is over 10,100 feet. 

 

To top that the record-setting traditional ramen noodle was made entirely by hand. 

The 66 kg noodle required 40 kilogrammes of bread flour, 26.8 litres of water and 0.6 kilogrammes of salt. 

Guinness World Records uploaded a video on Youtube showing chefs pull of the impossible feat which took over 17 hours. 

The Chinese chefs from Henan province broke Japan's previously-held record of 1,800 feet, set in 2001.

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