- A photo of an interesting dish of food circulating on Twitter has several users confused and left others with their mouths watering
- The plate has an assortment of food, including chicken curry, intestines, chicken feet as well as brown pap
- Several Mzansi peeps are questioning the unusual colour of the pap as they find it rather disgusting
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Would you eat chicken curry intestines, chicken feet and brown pap? That is the question posed by Twitter user @GomolemoSA_ after posting a photo of a rather interesting plate of food on the timeline.
The dish includes chicken intestines and feet, cabbage, a side of atchar and brown pap. Yes, brown pap, and it has users confused as to how exactly it came out this way.
“A kind of porridge made from maize meal and can be cooked to be runny, soft or stiff. Any time of the day is a great time to enjoy pap - breakfast, lunch or supper. It is a staple in many homes, mainly thanks to its cost and versatility.”
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Peeps had differing views on the dish, with the main concern being the colour of the pap. Here are some of their reactions to the post:
“Why brown pap mara?”
“That chicken wouldn't know it existed if I get close to that plate.”
“That pap is a no for me.”
“Not that brown pap though.”
“Why would I eat chicken intestines because they are meant for faeces?”
"Aii the pap is a no for me.”
“Is the brown pap thing? If yes, I'm vacuuming that food”
“With a sprinkle of okra. Heck yeah!”
“Is that sorghum or pap though?”
Tito Mboweni causes ruckus online with pic of fish meal, peeps don’t think it’s his
Briefly News previously reported on another peculiar dish that had peeps talking. It seems that Tito Mboweni's cooking skills are frustrating Saffas more and more each day.
The former finance minister recently shared a snap of a peculiar looking fish dish on Twitter and peeps were far from impressed. Mboweni's post resulted in tons of questions as locals could not believe that a dish like this made its way out of a kitchen.
While Mboweni did not say it was his dish, he simply asked a question about how fish meals should look.
Source: Briefly News