Bunny chow is a fabulous street food from South Africa. Originally a dish from Durban, bunny chow has taken over as a street food across South Africa.
South African Milk Tart (Melktert): Milk Tart (Melktert) *Thought you might like this?
beef sauteed with curry, chutney, raisins, almonds, & baked with custard). Served with yellow rice
Foods of South Africa: The Roots - Forbes
Among the list of most popular African recipes is the bobotie recipe, recognised as South Africa's national dish.
African Pilau Rice with spice blend - Quick and easy rice , cooked in countries like Kenya, Tanzania , Eritrea and South Africa
Bunny Chow -Deliciously Tasty South African Street food with made with aromatic spices, meat , chickpeas and potatoes served in hollow bread. A one of a Kind Sandwich.
Fruit chutney is a popular item you will find in most South African kitchens and pantries. It is a condiment that is often used as an ingredient.