It's important to soak your beans overnight
Beans Bunny Chow


For the Curry
Chopped onion
Curry leaves
Chillies (red or green, depending on your preferred level of spiciness- OPTIONAL)
Mustard seeds
Spice medley of choice (we used, Chilli Powder, Garam Masala, Dhania Powder and Ground Jeera)
Loaf of unsliced bread

Boil the beans in a pressure cooker for about 30 to 45 minutes
In a pot big enough to make the amount of beans you want add in oil
Add in onion and let it fry/cook till lightly brown
Add in curry leaves
Add in Green and Red Chillies if you like your bunny spicy and hot
Add in a sprinkle of Mustard seeds to pop in the oil
Add in Ginger and garlic and spices which should include depending on how spicy you like it:
Grate tomatoes and add to the spicy mixture
Once the gravy is nicely cooked add in the boiled beans all at once with the saucy water which you should not throw away
Cover with a cup of boiling water and leave to cook for about 30 minutes until gravy is fully cooked and spicy
To Assemble
Cut four big chunks of the bread 
Remover the soft middle bread from the centre 
Add in the bean's curry
Use the bread to close and garnish with coriander