Woman Serves In-Laws Noodles for Sunday Dinner, SA in Stitches

Woman Serves In-Laws Noodles for Sunday Dinner, SA in Stitches

  • A woman took to social media to share that she made her in-laws a bowl of noodles for Sunday dinner
  • Apart from the noodles, the woman also boiled some eggs and cooked viennas to add to the meal
  • A local chef shared with Briefly News how the woman could elevate the dish from a humble meal into a great Sunday dinner

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Woman makes a pot of noodles for dinner.
A woman made her in-laws a hearty bowl of noodles for Sunday dinner. Images: @rializah
Source: TikTok

When the in-laws are in town, one often buys the best ingredients to make the most exquisite meal. For one woman, that meant whipping up a bowl of noodles.

A woman using the handle @rializah took to TikTok to show social media users what she made for her husband's parents. While there are many brands from which to choose, the woman used Kellogg's cheese-flavoured noodles, a flavour most would not often go for.

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Fortunately for the in-laws, the makoti added boiled eggs and cooked viennas to the bowl, so they had more than just noodles to enjoy.

The lady captioned her video:

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"Tada! It ended in tears. Not my Venda in-laws waiting for pap (vhuswa), then I decided to surprise them with noodles."

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Social media user could not contain their laughter in the woman's comment section.

Using a crying emoji, @iviwe700 spoke about the flavour the woman chose:

"Cheese flavour makes it worse."

@rachietatenda shared what one of their relatives did for their in-laws:

"My cousin once married a South African lady, then took her to Zimbabwe. She prepared bread and eggs for dinner for the in-laws."

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@silungile asked the woman:

"Are you deliberately trying to get out of makoti duties for life?"

@_khomotso2 jokingly shared:

"You are testing your in-laws. Soon they'll call a family meeting with your family."

It seems the meal might have been for the woman's kids. When @nombulelozinhle1 joked that the lady had the "audacity to garnish" the noodles and called her dedicated, the makoti commented:

"Anything for my kids. I am not compromising when it comes to my kids."

Chef advises on woman's noodles dish

Jason Daniels, a chef at Cape Grace (a hotel based in Cape Town), shared with Briefly News the steps the makoti could take to elevate her dish into a tasty meal.

He says:

"She can cook the noodles in beef or chicken stock and add vegetables. She can also enhance the flavour of the meal with garlic, chillis, ginger, spring onion, chives and mushrooms."

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Where @rializah added cooked viennas to her noodles, Jason shares that proteins such as beef, chicken, or pork can also make the dish pop while finishing it off with a cheese of choice.

Toddler covers himself with noodles

Briefly News previously reported about a toddler who tried to feed himself noodles. However, a majority of the meal ended up on his body.

Long strands of noodles were hanging from his head, shoulders, belly, and face. The baby refused to give up on feeding himself as he still had some noodles in his hands.

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Jade Rhode (Editor) Jade Rhode is a Human Interest Reporter who joined the Briefly News team in April 2024. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rhodes University, majoring in Journalism and Media Studies (distinction) and Linguistics. Before pursuing her tertiary education, Jade worked as a freelance writer at Vannie Kaap News, telling the tales of the community. After her studies, Jade worked as an editorial intern for BONA Magazine, contributing to both print and online. To get in touch with Jade, please email jade.rhode@briefly.co.za

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