7 Mega Kitchens of India : Hello Friends, Today we have an article about 7 Indian Mega Kitchens That Are Nothing Less Than Food Factories. It seems so difficult to cook food for thousands peoples everyday but it’s only possible with the help of a lot of peoples. Here in India 7 mega kitchens and some of them are of Holy Temples and Gurudwara which cook food for thousands peoples everyday and from there no one goes hungry, without getting Prasad (food). These kitchen have fresh and tasty meal everyday and the chefs cook the food with fully safety to wears plastic hand gloves and caps and most of the tedious jobs are mechanized. There are a lot of machines for cooking. To know more about them read below.
Sri Sai Sansthan Prasadalaya is the largest solar kitchen in India. Mega kitchen is across 4 rooftops and it arranged 73 solar dishes, each one is 16 sq. meters in size and these fuel preparations of nearly 40,000 meals in a single day. Peoples get food to have only a Rs.6 coupon. The kitchen also prepare thousands of breakfast packets which distributed in free of cost in the early morning hours.
The Indian Rilways caters prepare food around 6 Lacs peoples everyday through their on-board pantry cars, base kitchens and vendors. An another mega kithen is the Mumbai Central Base Kitchen of the Western Railway has won an award for their excellence. They distributed meas around 2200 passengers daily. They all prepare food with fully safety to wears plastic hand gloves and caps and most of the tedious jobs are mechanized. There are a paratha machine which churn 1,500 parathas every hour.
It is another mega kitchen in the sky. It is in really a joint venture of the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and SATS (formerly known as Singapore Airport Terminal Services). They have prepare food around 1,00,00,000 kgs of hot food till 2011. It provides in flight catering at Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Amritsar, Goa and Bangalore. They also prepared special food for children, jains, diabetics, infants. They have the honour of being ranhed 1st in India and 4th in World.
It churns around 1.5 tonnes of dal, 2,00,000 rotis and other dishes to 100,000 people every day. It uses 5,000 kilograms of firewood and 100 LPG cylinders on a daily basis. Everyone gets hot meal no one goes hungry at the Langar.
Source : Wikipedia
It’s Mega-Kitchen in Hubli, Karnataka, is a state-of-the-art facility designed to churn out 150,000 meals in less than 5 hours. It s a non-profit organization and also happens to run the world’s largest school lunch programme. Th system is fully mechanized and supervised by Quality Control Managers.
It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the most visited temples in southern India. The temple is managed by a family, the Heggades. They done their duty from his 21 generations. Today, by the Heggade brothers Annadanam kitchen is run successfully. It prepares nearly 70 quintals of rice, 15 quintals of vegetables and 2000 coconuts. The dining hall seats 2500 at a given time and have a steady system of rotational seating so that no one is left waiting in line for too long.
It feeds about 25,000 on a normal day and 100,000 people on a festival day. It is believed that all cooks are servants of Goddess Mahalaxmi and Mahalaxmi cookes food in the kitchen. It is said that If Goddess Mahalaxmi is become displeased with their servants than a dog come on the temple grounds mysteriously. If the dog seen by anyone than the all food be buried and prepared again.