Raymond Kahuma Sets New Guinness World Record for Fastest Chapati Cooking

Raymond Kahuma, a renowned content creator hailing from Uganda, has once again etched his name in the annals of the Guinness World Records.

On the 19th of November, 2023, Kahuma embarked on a remarkable venture in Kenya with the aim of establishing a new world record for the swiftest preparation of chapati, a traditional flatbread. Astonishingly, he accomplished this feat by crafting three chapatis in a mere 3 minutes, 10 seconds, and 22 milliseconds.

His exceptional culinary skills have now earned him the distinguished title of the world record holder for the fastest chapati cooking. Undeterred by his previous triumph, Kahuma is setting his sights on another ambitious record—a colossal Kenyan smocha, where a chapati is ingeniously wrapped around a smoked sausage.

In the year 2022, Kahuma had already secured his place among record holders by creating the largest Ugandan Rolex, a beloved street food in his home country. This extraordinary Rolex was composed of an astounding 1,200 eggs, 90 kilograms of assorted vegetables including onions, tomatoes, cabbages, carrots, and peppers, along with 72 kilograms of flour and 40 kilograms of cooking oil.