Bunny Chow - South African street food. Try the real thing in J'berg: http://www.globehunters.com/Flights/Johannesburg-Flights.htm

Bunny Chow - South African street food. Try the real thing in J'berg: http://www.globehunters.com/Flights/Johannesburg-Flights.htm

Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food

Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food

South African Street Food - Durban Bunny Chow Recipe - The origin of this street food which broadly consists of curry ladled into a scooped-out loaf of bread is from a restaurant in Durban's Grey Street when, in the early caddies from the Royal Dur

Bunny Chow- curry in a half loaf white bread. A Durban city speciality. I love this combination of shrimp and chicken with a very spicy curry, but you can make bunny chow with any curry recipe you wish.

Bunny Chow- curry in a half loaf white bread. A Durban city speciality. I love this combination of shrimp and chicken with a very spicy curry, but you can make bunny chow with any curry recipe you wish.

This curry recipe came from Grey Street in Durban, and was traditionally made not of bunnies, but mutton. During the Great Depression, all races in Durban, South Africa, went hungry like everyone else.

This curry recipe came from Grey Street in Durban, and was traditionally made not of bunnies, but mutton. During the Great Depression, all races in Durban, South Africa, went hungry like everyone else.

One Hearty Curry Recipe, Out of South Africa - Durban's Bunny Chow - Men's Journal

Bunny Chow: A Hearty Curry Recipe, Out of South Africa

One Hearty Curry Recipe, Out of South Africa - Durban's Bunny Chow - Men's Journal

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South African bunny chow which comprises curry in a hollowed out bread loaf, is a budget-friendly meal loved for it's portability and rich, hearty flavours.

South African bunny chow which comprises curry in a hollowed out bread loaf, is a budget-friendly meal loved for it's portability and rich, hearty flavours.

Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food - Cooksister

Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food

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