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The Lazy Way to Cook a Durban Mutton Bunny Chow

Durban Mutton Bunny Chow

Mutton Bunny after crazy day.

I really wanted to make a curry for dinner, but was not enthusiastic about the whole mission of cooking.

I had a mixed mutton pack which I had already taken out a bit earlier to bring to room temperature, so there was no turning back.

Lazy mutton curry.

  • I took 2 x onions, finely chopped and fried until soft & going golden.
  • Added a tablespoon of ginger & garlic.
  • Cos I was feeling lazy and not bothered to temper the masala first, I added the mutton & mixed into the onions and saute’d until the mutton started browning.
  • Added 6 heaped tablespoons of Durban Curry Lovers, All-in-One Masala and stirred everything up and allowed to sauté until the pot started to go dry at the bottom.
  • Poured in about a cup of boiling water and, boom, the dish started to come alive.
  • Added 2 chopped tomatoes mixed up, threw in a handful of curry leaves then covered and let simmer for about 45 mins.
  • Added about 10 potato halves, poked with a fork to absorb the gravy.
  • Mixed it all up and then cooked for about 30 mins. I took the lid off for the last 5 mins

Really simple recipe and technique, but the family said that it was one of the best.

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