Cook Time: 40 minutes
You can’t have enough of this hearty South African delicacy loaded with aromatic spices and rich flavors. Learn how to make Bunny Chow following these easy steps to savor the perfect comfort food on chilly winter evenings.
Chef Tip: You may add half a teaspoon of Cayenne pepper if you like your curry extra spicy.
The Bunny Chow recipe is one of the easiest to make and will definitely become one of your go-to comfort foods once you try it at home. Let us know in the comments below how you liked this flavourful South African delicacy and ate it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner until it was all gone!
• Bunny chow gets its name from the word ‘Bania’ which is a class of merchants presents mainly in Gujarat, India.
• Every year, the Bunny Chow Barometer is held in September on the South Bank of the Umgeni River, attracting numerous entrants to compete for the title of the top bunny maker.
• Bunny chow ultimately originated among the Indian South Africans of Durban and it is said that G. C. Kapitan created the first bunny chow at his Durban restaurant.
• A serving of bunny chow contains 450 calories, 24g protein, and 46g carb.
• As healthy it may look, it is extremely unhealthy as it could lead to weight gains and other health problems.