To mark the launch of The Great Food Truck Race TV show that will glorify street food, British Chef Andy Bates has created the world’s most expensive kebab, named King of Kebabs. It costs a whopping £750 ($1,225). He has sourced the finest ingredients in the world to create the amazing snack. The price is justified by the fact that the kebab uses gold leaf for a finishing flourish and champagne-infused mint and cucumber yoghurt.
Andy said: It took a fair bit of time to source the best possible ingredients to ensure that this kebab was the most exclusive one out there but I loved every minute.
These are the ingredients that King of Kebab consists: Shoulder of milk-fed lamb (£84), Coeur de Boeuf tomatoes (£20), Micro Cress and Bibb Salad (£11,95), Chili Peppers (£35), Barrel Aged Feta Cheese (£54,20), Laudemio Extra Virgin Olive Oil (£26,95), Purple violet potatoes (£15), Edible gold leaf and platinum (£130), Saffron (£138), Krug Champagne (£195), and other ingredients (garlic, lemon, salsa, mint, cucumber, yoghurt) (£40) which totals up to £750,10.
This is the Michelin star kebab and most likely to appeal to a high-class drunk on his way home, said Andy. [Food Network]