While there was no established “World’s Largest Navajo Taco” entry in the Guinness Book of World Records to beat, residents of Gallup, NM, decided to set one.
At more than 10 feet in diameter, the taco was built on 150 pieces of frybread. That’s a whole lot of bannock.
The mammoth ingredient list was rounded out with 30 pounds of green chile, 65 pounds of ground beef, 65 pounds of beans, 50 pounds of lettuce and 90 pounds of cheese – according to Deseret News: Gallup builds ‘world’s largest Navajo taco’.
Not surprisingly, afterward, residents and organizers enjoyed a free lunch.
Now that the precedent has been set, who will endeavor to top it? Go taco go!