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World’s Biggest Lasagna Baked in Poland?

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You would think that the world’s largest lasagna would be made in Italy. You would be wrong, although Italian soccer players were the inspiration for the Polish chefs to make the prodigious pasta dish.

 

The Poles were honoring the Italian National Soccer team, who were staying nearby for the European Soccer Championship. A Polish restaurant in Krakow created the lasagna which weighed in at 5.29 TONS and took 10 hours to bake.

The lasagna was then cut into 10,000 portions and served. Hopefully, a tanker truck of red wine was brought in to help wash it down.

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