- Former finance minister Tito Mboweni started his lamb stew journey in the kitchen with a unique twist - poached lamb cutlets
- The politician has been banging out good meals throughout the pandemic but this dish had some squinting their eyes
- Mboweni used his Twitter account to share the process of cooking from heaps of garlic to an image of Robertson's spices
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Former finance minister Tito Mboweni has once again attempted a dish that had many confused. Mboweni started with poached lamb cutlets - yes you read that right, in his attempt to revolutionise a lamb stew.
Taking to Twitter to showcase his progress, Mboweni pulled no punches in his battle against the lamb stew. From green peppers to Robertson's spice, hell or high water, Mboweni made sure his stew had ALL the flavour.
South Africans took to 'Chef Mboweni's' replies section to make light of his meal with many calling him out for the way it looks. As unbothered as ever, Mboweni ignored the haters and continued with his cooking escapades.
Take a look at the post below:
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"Yeses maan Bra Tito! I have never seen this."
"Nkare you preparing the Covid19 vaccine."
@Sello10110646 replied with:
"Why is the lamb what what inside the red sea?"
"I don't like the way you peel your vegetables."
Former Finance Minister Tito Mboweni shows off fresh-cut, social media users cannot get enough
In other news about former minister Mboweni, Briefly News previously reported that he took to social media looking both fresh and fly, to let the people of Mzansi know that he has a fresh new cut and nothing can stop him now.
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Seeing Tito’s post, the people of Mzansi were laughing until they cried. Stepping down as minister has really done the thing for our guy Tito. Peeps cannot believe how chill the man is!
Here are some of the comments made by some South Africans on social media:
@nunukhumalo wishes life was this good:
“I envy you minister you look so stress-free and relaxed that thing of trying to stretch the money that's not there almost gave you a stroke ”