- Popular South African tweep Daniel Marven made a dish inspired by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni
- Marven shared a video of him talking about the dish he named after minister Mboweni and tweeps couldn't handle it
- While many said it was a good cooking attempt others wanted to know why he didn't use Mboweni's most famed ingredient - garlic
Popular Twitter user Daniel Marven shared his own version of a dish by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. Using Lucky Star fish, potatoes, onion and green pepper. While his dish turned out pretty well, he forgot the garlic.
Marven shared a video to his Twitter account describing the dish and calling it "Tito Mboweni". Marven later shared images of the process of cooking the 'soup' dish accompanied with a final product image.
His hilarious video gained over 15 000 views on the social networking site but tweeps really want to know why he didn't use any garlic.
Take a look at the video below:
This was the result:
Take a look at some of the responses from tweeps below:
"It's not Tito Mboweni receipt without the garlic."
"Tito Mboweni lite."
"Garlic is missing on the recipe."
Madjozi and Mboweni made sure to keep their distance and wear their masks as they posed for quite a few pictures together. The odd duo has made waves on Twitter as many tweeps did not expect to see the two of them together.
Mboweni didn't share too much information on how long he spent with Madjozi, he just shared the images and allowed tweeps to guess. Tweeps had various reactions to the odd duo.
@AlphMYNWA said in response to the images:
"In all the pictures that I have seen of the Finance Minister, he is wearing the same pair of shoes. I am now embarking on a fundraising campaign to raise enough funds to by our national chef two pairs of shoes!!"
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