Bunny chow as well known as a "Bunny" or a "kota" is a true South African dish. It consists of an hollowed out loaf of bread of
different sizes that is filled with an Indian curry and can often be purchased as a fast food in restaurants.
The dish originated in Durban one of the largest cities of South Africa. It is located on the East Coast and is the capital of the Kwazulu-Natal province. The city has a large contingent of people with Indian heritage and is famous for its spices an curries.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: at least 30 minutes
Resting time: 0 minutes
Total time needed: at least 35 minutes
Grade of Difficulty: easy
Depending on your appetite you can use a whole bread, a half or even a smaller piece. It is usually advisable to get a bread that has a rectangular form with flat ends that can stand easily without falling over. If you only have access to bread with round or oval shapes than you should carefully cut of a slice from each of the ends to have a platform for the bunny to stand on.
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