How to make it

  • Boil kidney beans in stock and add sugar beans and carrot to this after about half an hour.
  • Continue boiling for another hour.
  • Gently fry onions in about four table spoons of oil until transparent.
  • Add garlic, ginger and thyme.
  • Keep frying for another minute or so.
  • Add the curry.
  • Keep stirring this mixture to prevent any catching for another three minutes.
  • Add the mince, potatoes and bay leaf and keep stirring until everything is covered in curry.
  • Add the beans and the stock and boil gently until the stock has reduced and the potatoes and beans are soft.
  • Adjust seasoning and thicken gravy a bit if required.
  • Scoop curry into the bread, cover with the "cap", and leave a minute or so for the cap to draw up some moisture, then seek seclusion and go primitive!

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  • annielikestocook 11 years ago
    Oh wow! Brings back lots of memories! Sounds fantastic! Thanks for the post
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    " It was excellent "
    mumtazcatering ate it and said...
    THANKS so much for sharing a wonderful recipe...sending me down memory lane my late husband studied at the university of Durban Westville---he used to tell me many a story about "bunny-chows" :}
    gets my "5" dear
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