- Tito Mboweni decided to treat himself to a Pilchard stew over the weekend
- The finance minister once again showed off his cooking online and he got roasted
- South Africans flooded Mboweni's comment section with their views, calling the dish a "stew gone wrong"
Tito Mboweni often gives South Africans glimpses into his private life. Whether it is a video of himself doing the Jerusalema challenge with his sons or photos of the dishes the minister cooks.
While some enjoy the Finance Minister's posts, others tend to throw major shade at Mboweni. Over the weekend, the politician shared snaps of the dinner he cooked for himself.
However, this time the minister himself admitted the dish did not come out as he hoped. He captioned the post:
"This did not work out. The stress did not help!! Anyway. Here we are!"
The images show Mboweni made a dish using Pilchards, onions, tomatoes and of course, garlic.
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans had hilarious reactions to the minister's cooking.
Zelda la Grange, Nelson Mandela's former personal assistant, wrote:
"Another Saturday night another pilchards stew gone wrong by Tito. YOU give them fuel Minister."
Twitter user, @BlackMichelle_, commented:
"The other plate is for the garlic."
Another tweep, @KingThesues, said:
"Judging from that Lucky Star, I bet it's safe to say, no lifestyle audit necessary for you minister. Only those wearing Pradas & driving Aston Martin's are subjected."
Social media user, @RosinahRozna, wrote:
"It has never worked. I think it's time to consider hiring a chief..."
It is not the first time Mboweni's cooking became the butt of jokes on Twitter. Briefly.co.za previously reported Mboweni treated himself to a garlic-stuffed roast chicken and he shared photos of the process and end product on Twitter.
The post gathered a couple of thousand likes and a hilarious comment from a fast-food chain restaurant.
Nando's is known for its witty and savage comments on social media and the admin behind the page decided to take a hilarious swipe at Mboweni.
Picking up on some of the comments on the minister's original post, Nando's wrote:
"South Africa presents: The Roast of Tito."