- A young South African lady got Mzansi talking after she shared images of the meals she cooked online
- @Felicia_Mojaki (Palesa) shared a full plate of mouth-watering options followed by a yummy dessert
- Many SAns judged the portions of her meals while others simply commended her on the hard work she put in
South Africans love their food, especially when it's a delicious home-cooked meal. Palesa (@Felicia_Mojaki) got peeps talking after she shared two pics of some of her homemade meals to Twitter.
The first image had mouths watering as it contained mear, rice, potatoes, beans, a green salad and beetroot. The second image Palesa shared was a beautifully plated ensemble of a dessert containing milk tart, chocolate much more.
Palesa's post quickly went viral as South Africans commented on her impeccable presentation skills.
Take a look at her post below:
Below are just a few of the responses Palesa received:
"And one thing about your food is they look delicious. Count me in as your family around the same time next year."
"You have a nack for food presentation. Why not have like a mini food blog? It really does look good."
@ntsako_mashila responded with:
"Are you not looking for a son maybe? I'm available for adoption."
"Your food looks good. I hope the taste is good as good as it looks."
"It's the desert for me. One thing about you? You defs know how to cook."
In other food-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a SA man working abroad who cured his homesickness with Mzansi dishes. Parker UmZulu Omhlope Webb shared that when he feels homesick, he cooks himself some traditional South African meals.
"I LOVE South Africans! Sadly I haven't been living in South Africa this year. Work took me back overseas to my and I miss South Africa immensely. It's going to be a while before I move back.
"Last week I felt a strong craving for Biltong. I'm obviously not a master of the craft, but I'm very pleased with how it turned out! It tastes proper! I used a coriander based seasoning with a little bit of dill and crushed red chili flakes. Anyways.
"I miss South Africa every day. I cant wait until I move back. There was one tuckshop in particular at the taxi rank in kwa-Santi (umbhedula) that I loved! The magwinya was always my favorite! So I've been practicing making my own."
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