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  • Courtney Rosales

    curried meat pies

  • Meki Tate

    Bunny Chow Bunny chow, often referred to as a Bunny[1] is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed out loaf of bread filled with curry, that originated in the Durban Indian community. Bunny chow is also called a kota ("quarter")[citation needed] in many parts of South Africa.

  • Kendra Hallman

    Bunny Chow, a chicken curry served in a bread bowl. A yummy popular South African Favourite!

  • P B

    South African Chicken Bunny Chow. Yum

  • Amanda Garman

    South African "Bunny Chow"

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South African Bunny Chow Recipe ~ made with 1/2 or 1/4 loaf of fresh bread, scoop out centre and fill with curry or stew.