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Favorite South Africa Recipe Bunny Chow Recipe

Vegetarian South African Bunny Chow Recipe


Favorite South African Recipe

Traditional South African fast food recipe for vegetarian bunny chow has nothing to do with nutrition for rabbits. A traditional bunny chow or bunny if you are in Durban in South Africa where the dish originated is made with mutton, chicken, beans, curry, and vegetables. Bunny is made by taking 1/2 loaf of bread hollowing it out and filling it with your choice of spices, meats, and vegetables.



Bunny Chow is made to be eaten with your hands and rarely is Bunny Chow served with a fork.



Favorite South Africa Recipe Bunny Chow Recipe


Bunny Chow is one of Durban's best Indian food recipe



Mom's Bunny Chow Recipe South Africa Bunny Chow is the South African fast food bread bowl and is a common dish
Culture and food of South Africa would not be complete without including the favorite South African food recipe Bunny Chow. In South Africa, Bunny Chow is the South African fast food bread bowl and is a common dish.


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Favorite Durban South African Food Bunny Chow Recipe

Serves 6
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Ingredients

2 whole loaves of bread cut vertically in the middle and most of the soft bread removed
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 15 ounce can red beans
Vegetarian Bunny Chow
Vegetarian Bunny Chow

1 cup vegetable stock (or water)
1 medium onion chopped
1 cup green peas
2 medium ripe tomatoes, chopped
2 large potatoes cut in cubes
½ teaspoon cumin seeds
½ teaspoon fennel seeds
½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 bay leaf
2 teaspoons ground curry powder 
1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh ginger
1 teaspoon finely chopped garlic
3 curry leaves
Salt to taste


Directions
Add all ingredients except the bread, water, and beans and sauté for 3 minutes over medium heat. Add remaining ingredients; simmer until the potatoes are soft.  Spoon mixture into the hollowed out bowl and serve warm.


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