Indian cake artist Prachi Dhabal Deb has taken the culinary world by storm with his third inscription in the World Book of Records in London.
The talented artist has achieved this feat by creating the largest Hand He pipe-shaped structure using Vegan Royal Glaze, the Edible Palace of Indian Architecture. The structure was 10 feet 01 inches long, 04 feet 07 inches high, 03 feet 08 inches wide and weighed 200 kg gross.
Prachi holds his two world records in the World Book of Records in London in 2022, each with his 100kg giant cake. She has also won her Femina Achievers of the Year award for her uniquely designed cake. Her cake art also won the Swadesh Samman Award from Union Minister Sri Nitin Gadkari.
Prachi is known as the ‘Queen of Royal Icing’ for its unconventional cakes. Her latest record was certified for the third time by the World Book of Records in London on 10 April 2023. The World Book of Records (London) honors and recognizes prominent figures in various fields and encourages unconventional achievements by people around the world.
In Bharat Her Leadership Her Awards 2021, Prachi received an award from Maharashtra’s Bhagat Singh Her Kosyari Governor for her outstanding cake. She also won the Royal Icing Award at the Cake Masters Awards in Birmingham, UK.
“I am honored to be listed in the World Record Book. Creating unique royal icing cakes is my passion and it is a great honor to bring an Indian name to the global platform. Thank you for your support and recognition,” Prachi Dhabal Deb said in a statement.
Born in 1986 in the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh to Rajan Singh and Anuradha Singh, Prachi completed his schooling in Dehradun and graduated from college in Kolkata. The mother of one, who now lives in Pune, Maharashtra, was also awarded her Cake Masters Award Winner ’19 in Birmingham 2019. Prachi learned royal icing from British master baker Eddie Spence MBE. Her incredible achievements are a true inspiration to all aspiring cake artists around the world.