'Chef' Tito Mboweni compares cooking to drawing up the National Budget

'Chef' Tito Mboweni compares cooking to drawing up the National Budget

Finance Minister Tito Mboweni once again managed to spark a reaction on social media with his cooking skills.

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On Tuesday, Minster Tito Mboweni showed off his culinary skills again and he compared cooking to drawing up the National Budget.

"Now we introduce onions, green pepper and garlic. Mix and the slow cooking goes on. Cooking needs time. It’s like drawing up the National Budget. Time and patience!!" he wrote.

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The Minister of Finance then shared of a photo of his cooking after he added wine to the recipe.

Mboweni also posted two images of the place he creates his culinary masterpieces - his "modest" kitchen.

Mzansi had a mouthful to say about Mboweni's post - some commented on the food while others made references to politics.

Social media user @tshivhelevhele commented: "Like drawing the national budget. It no wonder the budget is always a bit under cooked."
Stephen Kirker, who goes by the Twitter handle @stephen_kirker, added: "I'm sure it tastes better than the budget! No cutting of ingredients required?"
Another tweep, @VeezO07, said: "The difference is that many ANC corrupt cadres literally eat the national budget."

It is not the first time Mboweni had Mzansi talking over his love for food. Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Finance Minister took to social media to provide Mzansi with a step-by-step look at his kitchen skills and the results had us clucking.

Mboweni treated the nation to an insider's view of how he prepares his signature dish - chicken stew.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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