We made a few tweaks to one of SA’s classics and created a meat-free chickpea bunny chow, complete with mango atchar for extra flavour.
Add some freshness and colour to your bunny chow bowls by topping them with ribboned carrots, fresh parsley and some cooling plain yoghurt.
Mutton curry bunny chow with carrot salad and coriander sambal, could there be anything better? Make this local classic from scratch!
Originating in Durban, this traditional South African staple is an all-time favourite! Attempt it yourself with this chicken curry bunny chow with carrot pickle.
South African cuisine has a rich history of mixing cultures and interesting food discoveries. A Durban-original dish, the bunny chow is a delicious local curry traditionally placed in the hulled-out centre of a half loaf of bread.
A hollowed-out half loaf of fresh, crusty white bread, a delicious filling of budget-friendly curry, and a beautiful South African day – it’s what casual entertaining is made of.