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Luxurious weddings are no longer a rarity these days. Social media and news outlets are always on the lookout for these top events. Many are willing to spend a lot such as a wedding in China worth $31 million, wedding caterers in Sydney with celebrity chefs, a wedding in Los Angeles where Lady Gaga was hired to perform and a bride in Italy wearing a gown worth 100 pounds.
Another wedding will join the list because of the creative food with bling worthy of royals. The wedding took place in Hyderabad, a city in the southern part of India. The news was featured by The News Minute and it showed the rice served by the catering service was covered in leaves that are made of 24 karat gold. This is not a drill. This happened in real life.
The dish was first seen in 2016 but recently a video went viral because it shows a guest eating the gilded rice. The video is still currently circulating in WhatsApp, a messaging platform, as more and more people are viewing it. In the video, one is able to see as the gold leaves start to melt into the hot and freshly served rice.
The caterer in Hyderabad is V. Sai Radha Krishna and she disclosed that she thought of the idea after his prominent client requested a wow factor for the meal. He clarified that the gold is safe to be ingested and it does not have flavouring or does not alter the flavour of the rice. It is only used solely as a bling.
Sai shared in the news in South India that eating gold is not a new trend. There are candies and sweets sold with gold or silver leaf as wrapping. He only emulated the idea with rice. He knew that the steaming rice will eventually melt the golden leaves. This is his first try and it turned out to be a hit.
It is evident that many wedding caterers in Sydney might be excited to try the idea after the video went viral but Sai clarified that it is not expensive because each plate is only 250 rupees or equivalent to $4.