How Much Is A Kota In south Africa

What is A Kota?

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.

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It originated among Indian South Africans of Durban.

How Much Is A Kota In south Africa?

R1000

What is special in a Kota?

“Kota” is an approximation of the word “quarter,” for the quarter of the loaf of bread that is the base of the sandwich.

The bread is hollowed out, filled first with a layer of seasoned french fries, then topped with optional layers of sauce, cheese, egg, and meat.

What you need to make a Kota?

Here are the needed Ingredients for preparing of Kota

2 x 700 g loaves white bread, quartered.

1 x 410g can Woolworths tomato-and-onion braai relish.

2 T Peppadews sliced.

1 x 200 g punnet Woolworths Rosa tomatoes.

2 sweet red peppers.

3 T Woolworths jalapeño atchar.

3 T Woolworths mango atchar.

3 Woolworths medium everyday potatoes, unpeeled.

What can I put in a Kota?

Quarter loaf SASKO PREMIUM SLICES WHITE BREAD.

15 ml Achaar.

120 g chips.

1 tsp bbq seasoning.

2 slices Polony.

2 slices cheese.

1 Russian sausage.

Mayonnaise.

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