- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni asked his followers to help him choose between pilchards and mopane worms for dinner last night
- The uniquely South African dish of mopane worms was the chosen delicacy for Tito last night with the addition of a large amount of tomato
- Tito shared his meal journey throughout the night, starting from cooking all the way to an empty plate and Mzansi tweeps are here for it
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A good hearty meal after a long day at work is a norm in most SA households. This includes ministers such as Tito Mboweni. Minister Mboweni has been showing off his culinary skills on Twitter for a while now and this time he tried a uniquely South African dish.
Before he began his journey to a delicious meal last night, Tito asked his followers to vote on mopane worms or pilchards. From his follow-up tweet, it is clear that South African tweeps chose the edible caterpillar.
Tito proceeded to share a few more tweets about his late-night dinner. From the food cooking on the stove all the way to an empty plate on his dining room table, he made sure that SA tweeps were part of his journey.
Take a look at Tito's late-night cooking expedition below:
As expected, Mzansi tweeps took to the replies section to pull Tito's leg. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top tweets under Tito's various posts.
"Let the kitchen massacre begin."
"That stove must get protection order against you."
"That meal finished faster than Covid-19 relief fund billions."
In other Tito news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Mboweni's cooking was roasted, again. 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.
The images show Mboweni making a dish using pilchards, onions, tomatoes and of course, his famous garlic. He captioned the post:
"This did not work out. The stress did not help!! Anyway. Here we are!"
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