The great 'Malabar Parotta' or Barota' is a thing of immense joy. Distinct from its North Indian cousin (the lachcha Parantha) and closer to its Malay counterpart, the Roti Cannai, a good Malabar Paratha is flaky yet fluffy, crisp yet soft.
Bunny chow, often referred to as a Bunny is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry, that originated in Durban. Bunny chow is also called a kota in many parts of South Africa.
Try this main course recipe from Blum's agency in South Africa: Durban prawn Curry. The special thing about this recipe is that it is a typical Durban curry with an Indian influence. Serve with rice, tomato and onion sambals and "Mrs Balls" chutney.
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 was made by a vegetarian Indian caste known in Durban slang as the
One Hearty Curry Recipe, Out of South Africa - Durban's Bunny Chow