Turkish chef cooks fries on huge frying pan in desert, video 98 million views
If there’s one thing the internet really enjoys watching, it’s videos of amazing things. These larger-than-life waterfalls amaze users with their scale or number. Recently, a Lebanese chef concocted the largest portion of hummus weighing over 10,000 kilograms. The Guinness Book of World Records (GWR) recognized this incredible feat on the occasion of World Hummus Day. And now a Turkish chef has managed to achieve the unimaginable. Celebrity chef Burak Ozdemir cooked fryums on a huge skillet in the desert. The stunning video has gone viral on Instagram. Looked
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The video was shared on Instagram reels by the handle @cznburak, who has over 29.4 million followers. Chef Burak’s extraordinary feat has garnered over 98 million views and 5.4 million likes since the time it was shared.
In the short clip, the Turkish chef could be seen setting up a huge frying pan in the middle of the Dubai desert. He started by carrying the wood, then lit it to heat the pan. Oil was poured over the pan, and when heated, the colored fryums were added to it. The fryums swelled in an instant, lending a spellbinding air to the whole brew. In seconds, the colorful fryums were ready to dig – right in the middle of the desert!
This fryums video wasn’t the only one Burak had shared on his grip. Recently, Chef Burak recreated Dubai’s Burj Khalifa skyscraper from butternut squash with lavish frosting on top. Looked:
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Chef Burak Ozdemir has been achieving these interesting and amazing feats for quite some time now. In July 2021, he shared a video of himself cutting onions on a paramotor. The clip has become all the rage and garnered many views online. Click here to learn more about it.
Turkish chef Burak Ozdemir also owns a successful restaurant chain. He is also known as the “smiling chef” or “CZN Burak”.
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