Bunny chow is a very traditional Indian dish that is an exciting meal involving a hollowed out half loaf of bread, filled with a delicious meaty filling. Originating in Durban where the largest population of Indians in the world exists, outside of India. You can grab it almost everywhere as a take away, or eat it in a fancy restaurant.
The Roast Chicken:
A few chicken breasts
Brown onion soup, half a packet
A few glugs of peach chutney
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. In a large baking dish lined with foil add the chicken breasts and mix all the ingredients together and over the breasts. Cover with foil, and back for an hour and a half, checking once to turn over.
Set aside. Remove the chicken from the bone and chop into flakes. Discard the skin (or give it to your kitchen companion, mine is my dog).
A few chopped tomatoes
One big red chilli chopped (keep the seeds or not)
One red onion chopped
A few cooked and chopped carrots
A teaspoon of sugar
Ground sea salt
1/2 teaspoon of paprika
1/2 teaspoon cumin
Cook all of these ingredients in a large frying pan with some soya oil.
Then add the flaked chicken meat and allow to simmer for a short while.
Hollow out half a loaf of bread using your hands to scoop out the bread to make a well, and a slice of bread for the top. Pour the mixture into the bread, and drizzle with juices.
NOW, you can enjoy the delicious flavours direct from South Africa. Heaven.