- South Africans are in awe and are now reacting to a viral photo of a local guy preparing to cook vegetables and "chicken weaves", which are actually roosters' combs
- The guy’s post is entertaining many locals and they say these are not chicken weaves but mohawks, similar to the gentleman’s haircut
- The poor guy is being roasted over his skills in the kitchen and it's doubtful he will be so quick to share next time he prepares a chow
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A local man is really keeping Mzansi entertained on social media after sharing a snap of an unusual dish. @Mshumo_870 uploaded a picture of a meal where it seems the chef is preparing purple onion rings, lettuce and "chicken weaves", the combs from roosters' heads.
The account holder suggests that he is the minister and he is prepared to deliver a delicious dish. The post is receiving funny reactions from Mzansi social media users. Some people are arguing that it’s not actually chicken weaves but chicken mohawks, a haircut that is a popular trend among local men.
At the same time, some networkers are of the view that the dish may not taste yummy because it looks raw and the account holder says it’s stir-fried. The local guy captioned the tweet:
“Purple onion, lettuce and chicken weaves...Minister in the kitchen at your service.”
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The post reads:
“So reja di Mohawk now.”
“They look raw.”
Haibo: SA can't deal with kid who put chicken & cornflakes in the same bowl
Checking out a previous article, Briefly News published that kids do the craziest things - and when they're hungry, things start to get even crazier.
A young man recently shared a snap of a meal that a kid made and let us just say, it was a combination that can be considered pretty rare.
Locals found the post hilarious and could actually relate. Many of them shared similar tales of the meals they have seen people throw together and some of them were pretty bizarre.
"This child is me growing up, I remember they would give me my porridge with Nespray and meat on the side (only I was allowed to finish my porridge with Nespray before having the meat), it was more like motivation to finish my food."
"Cornflakes and meat, leyo recipe ayihlanganisi"
Source: Briefly News