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Foods in South Africa: Want to experince a tradtional SA dish? Follow this handy prep guide to learn to make this this delicious lamb bunny chow recipe.
A classic South African fast food dish, said to be created in the 1940's, Bunny chow originated in the Port city on Durban. Created by Indians during the apartheid regime, bunny chow was served to Zulu workers who were not allowed into Indian restaurants, due to racist legislation. They were served a takeaway curry inside a hollowed out loaf of bread. Although the original curry was vegetable, 'bunnies' are now made with mutton, chicken, vegetable or beans. I know that this may be unusual…
Bunny Chow is a meal made from hollowed out bread, filled with delicious curry, originating from Durban Indians, in 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! With winter in full swing, you can’t have enough comforting meals in your arsenal. I mean, think about it, why would want to make the same thing over ... View More
There are restaurants, and there are institutions. Then there are legends. The Britannia Hotel on Durban’s Umgeni Road has been famed for decades. Now, thanks to TGIFood regular Erica Platter, you can make their famous Mutton Bunny Chow yourself, at home.
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Today we are excited to share a beautiful Chicken Bunny Chow, by Irene Enoch.Here is the recipe so that you can cook this delicious dish at home.
- • 1 Chicken masala
- • 1 Bay leaf
- • 1 Chillie, Powder
- • 2 Potatoes
- • 1 Tomatoes
- • 1 tbsp Tomato paste
- • 1 Ginger & garlic paste
- • 1/4 tsp Honey
Baking & Spices
- • 2 Cloves
- • 1 Jeera & dhania powder mix
- • 1 Star anise
- • Rombo Rossi Masala (Hot)