Steps to Prepare Award-winning Chicken Bunny Chow

Chicken Bunny Chow
Chicken Bunny Chow

Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an amazing day today. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, chicken bunny chow. One of my favorites. For mine, I will make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

A traditional South African bunny-chow prepared in lean fashion, makes it a sound nutritional option with which to enjoy an authentic culinary experience, so typical of Durban! The hollow loaf is then filled with delicious authentic Indian curry - made from either Lamb Mutton or Vegetables.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can have chicken bunny chow using 14 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Chicken Bunny Chow:
  1. Make ready Chicken Breasts (Cut in chunks)
  2. Make ready 1 Unsliced Bread
  3. Make ready Coriander/Dhanya (Finely chopped)
  4. Make ready 2 Potatoes (diced)
  5. Make ready 1 Onion
  6. Prepare 1/2 Green Pepper (Finely chopped)
  7. Take Crushed Garlic
  8. Get Salt
  9. Take 1/2 Teaspoon crushed Chilli flakes
  10. Get 2 Teaspoons Paco Masala
  11. Prepare 1 Teaspoon Garam Masala
  12. Get 1 Teaspoon 3in1 Masala
  13. Get 1 Tablespoon Tumeric
  14. Prepare 1 Teaspoon Paprika
Steps to make Chicken Bunny Chow:
  1. In a small - medium size pot, heat alil vegetable oil and add the chopped onions, peppers, crushed garlic and Chilli flakes
  2. Brown the onion mixture and add alil boiling water so it dont burn to the pot. Add all the spices and cook for a further 5mins.
  3. Add the chicken breasts and potatoes and cook until potatoes are soft but still firm.
  4. Add the chopped Coriander/Dhanya and leave alil aside for garnish.
  5. Lastly, cut the bread in 2 and scoop out the inside of the bread, dish some of the food into the bread and Sprinkle alil more of the Coriander/Dhanya that you left aside.
  6. Enjoy!

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Add the cilantro, salt, tomatoes, potatoes and curry leaves. A traditional South African bunny-chow prepared in lean fashion, makes it a sound nutritional option with which to enjoy an authentic culinary experience, so typical of Durban! A bunny-chow is basically made from half a loaf of bread (with the inside scooped out and kept to dip in the gravy). The hollow loaf is then filled with delicious authentic Indian curry - made from either Lamb Mutton or Vegetables. Beef, chicken or mince can also be used. A bunny chow is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry. It comes from the Durban Indian community and although the precise origins of the dish is disputed, but of the renditions we've heard, this one is the best. Can have plain vegitables or beef or lamb or goat as well as the chicken as in the recipe above. A Bunny Chow has nothing to do with rabbits. Contrary to what you might imply from the name, there are no rabbits in a bunny chow. The name actually originated from the Durban Indian population, known as 'Banya'. Chow is if course just another name for food. So Banya Chow became Bunny Chow. Heat the oil in a pan and sauté the whole spices and bay leaf until the spices sizzle. Bunny chow is made with a quarter, half, or full loaf of BREAD. Hollow it out and put a gravy curry in that hollowed out section, and put the hollowed out piece on top, and with salad on the side, and maybe pickle. This is a story: with a recipe. The kids then discovered that the cheapest curry they could buy (for a quarter penny or half a penny) was made by a vegetarian Indian caste known in Durban slang as the Bania. It was made from dried sugarbeans (no meat). Chicken chow mein is probably already one of your favorite Chinese takeout dishes.

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