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The Bunny Chow – A Fab Find

I recently went to Durban, South Africa and I found something really different that unbelievably has not yet been exported to other countries. It would be a hit in the U.K as they really love their curries and I could see it being served out of a trendy food truck in North America simply called “The Bunny Chow”. Think of the great graphics that this could inspire.

Supposedly created in Durban by an Indian restaurant. The bunny chow was half a loaf of bread with the soft insides scooped-out. Curry is then ladled into the hollow and  and the scooped out filling caps the curry serving as a takeaway and container in one. Brilliant! Just use your favourite curry recipe!

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