Durban-style Mince and Bean Bunny Chow

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Make your very own bunny chow at home – it’s easy and a fun way for teens to entertain.

Serves: 2 – 4 | Preparation Time: 15 minutes | Cooking Time: 90 minutes

1 packet KNORR Authentic Chicken Dry Curry Cook-in-Sauce
2 Potatoes, cubed
1 Carrot, grated
5 millilitre Robertsons Turmeric
30 millilitre Crushed garlic and Robertsons ginger paste
45 millilitre oil
500 millilitre Sugar or kidney beans
15 millilitre Robertsons curry powder (mild, medium or hot to taste)
500 gram Mince
1 litre water
1 Onion, chopped
2 Loaves freshest white bread

In a pot boil beans and carrot in KNORR Fresh Ideas Authentic Chicken Curry mixed with 1 litre water for about an hour or until beans are soft
Add more water if necessary
In a pan heat oil and gently fry the onion until transparent
Add garlic and Robertsons ginger paste,curry powder, turmeric and mince
Add the potatoes and beans, simmer until the potatoes are cooked, adding water if necessary
Cut the loaves of bread in half
Be careful to leave enough crust (about 2cm wide) along the edges and at the base when you hollow the halves out. This prevents leakage when you pour in the curry
Compress the dough from the insides of the bread just enough to form a nice lid to absorb curry gravy
Scoop curry into the bread, cover with the lid


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