Bunny chows with rabbit meat - the Scenic Drive tests it out

Bunny chows with rabbit meat - the Scenic Drive tests it out

The Scenic Drive tasted bunny chows with rabbit meat - and this is what they had to say about the experience. 

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Winter is here - and a warm and delicious curry is perfect to end off any busy week. 

Rian van Heerden surprised Joe Mann and Rozanne Mckenzie with delicious bunny chows... with a twist.

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A bunny chow often referred to simply as a 'bunny', is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed-out loaf of white bread filled with curry. It originated among Indian South Africans of Durban

Heavens Kitchen made the bunny chows with rabbit meat. Yes, rabbit meat. But Joe and Rozanne had no idea that the bunny chows were filled with rabbit meat.

This is what they had to say: 

"It's a strange texture," Joe Mann.

"It tastes like chicken," Rozanne Mckenzie.

Health benefits of rabbit meat:

According to reports, rabbit meat is healthier. 

It nourishes the human body with nutritional values like proteins, iron and phosphorus. It's low-calorie content almost equates it to a balanced meal that meets the optimal health goals. Compared to beef and pork, rabbit meat is relatively low on saturated fat.

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