Bunny Chow and Its Durban Curry Recipe - Food.com
This is a story: with a recipe. During the Great Depression in 1933 Indians, whites and Chinese in Durban, South Africa, suffered hunger like everyone else. The kids then discovered that the cheapest curry they could buy (for a quarter penny or half a penny) was made by a vegetarian Indian caste known in Durban slang as the Bania. It was made from dried sugarbeans (no meat). The children didnt have plates, and one kid got the bright idea to hollow out a quarter bread, asked the seller to…
Cape Pickled Fish with Lime, Thyme & White Pepper, and a Pickled-Fish Paté, from the left-overs
I suppose one shouldn't tinker with a traditional South African recipe that has such a long and noble pedigree, but I thought I'd introduce ...
South African Curry and Rice - aninas recipes
South African Curry and Rice, the perfect comfort food that consists of slow cooked beef mince in a sweet and spicy curry sauce, with perfectly cooked carrots and potatoes, served on rice.
Warm Marinated Olives with Lime, Thyme and Chilli
Fresh limes and olives are unlikely bedfellows, I know, but I was fresh out of lemons when I made this yesterday, so slices of lime it had t...
South Africa on a plate - Biltong and Butternut Quiche - My Easy Cooking
This Biltong and Butternut Quiche reminded me once again how incredibly rich our South African food culture is, but it is a heritage that is made up of recipes borrowed from all over the world. A good example is the history of the Cape Malay cuisine in South Africa. It began with the involuntary migration […]
Bunny chow - South Africa's own street food - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
**DISCLAIMER** – no fluffy bunnies were harmed in the making of this dish!! Phew. Just thought I'd get that disclaimer out of the may before people started hurling abuse, shoes or frying pans 🙂 Street food – it's such a great concept. Something cheap and readily available, sold on the streets in a portable format, and […]