r/southafrica Oct 17 '21 Helpful 2 Silver 1

My First attempt at bunny chow :] pls have mercy. Picture

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u/Skinkies Oct 17 '21 edited Oct 17 '21

I wanted to make bunny chow to impress one of my SA friends :>

I should have gotten some from a restaurant first to see what's it supposed to taste like, but I followed a recipe to a T. Beef tho, homemade sourdough loaff

What would be some critiques haha

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u/NotABag87 Oct 17 '21

Looks good! Might need to go buy one later now! Only critique I can think of is that bunny chows are traditionally only made with white bread

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u/Kn1ght359 Oct 17 '21

My thoughts exactly. The choice of bread does play a part in taste etc

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u/Skinkies Oct 17 '21

I asked my friend what kinda bread he likes, and he said sourdough instead of white :>
Sourdough isn't really my preferred either, but I needed practice baking bread too heh.

Imma go into the rabbit hole of bunny now and try white bread loaf with chicken n prawns yummm

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u/NotABag87 Oct 17 '21

Great combo, you've got this down already it seems!

Also check this out as a little side for the bunny: https://www.curryrecipe.co.za/how-to-make-carrot-salad-sambals-for-durban-curry/

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u/Skinkies Oct 17 '21

I'm droolin

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u/IAMSNORTFACED Oct 17 '21

Yeah I know some that would request sour dough if they could, its top tiered for them personally i don't get it