Rabbit Recipes

Rabbit is both a gourmet meat as well as a common game meat and as a culinary ingredient has been part of the European and English diets since the past many centuries. It has now become part of modern Australian as ... More »
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Rabbit Stew

I love Rabbit Recipes and this is one of my favorite and easiest one's that I know! Rabbit Stew With Peppers And Onions in a delicious red sauce. This Rabbit Stew Recipe is a Northern Italian influenced recipe that I learned from Mr. Mele' the man I used to... - 130.597

Bread And Rabbit Casserole

This recipe is also called "quick bread" because there is no yeast and therefore no need to proof and knead this remarkably versatile dough. I have used this recipe for preparing savory dishes such as chicken and dumplings. I've also created sweet concoctions... - 130.138

Easter Bunny Stew - Rabbit Stew

This year, we made a tender and delicious Easter Bunny Stew. Using the tried and true method of slow braising, we made a succulent and delicious rabbit that I'm sure you are going to love. This Hasenpfeffer inspired recipe features the notes of red wine,... - 119.952

Applejack Rabbit

Applejack Rabbit is a great cocktail for winters, the citrus fruits combined with the applejack taste really well. The sugar rimmed glass adds a special touch that makes it a truly exotic drink. Give it a try! - 116.452

Two-way Braised Rabbit

It cannot be emphasizing enough how delicious and juicy the meat of a rabbit will be when cooked in this way. Braising a rabbit is a little more involved than braising beef or lamb or even chicken! It has a great deal to do with the fact that the meat of a... - 98.6997

Poached Rabbit Saddle

Here is spectacular video that shares a unique recipe for poached rabbit saddle with English peas and hearts of palms. Check out this video if you would like to try out rabbit meat. The chef here makes the dish look so appetizing that you would surely like... - 90.6998

Wild Rabbits

MAKING 1) Clean rabbits removing excess skin and cut into 4 to 6 pieces. 2) Wash well several times and dry on paper towels. 3) Marinade the rabbits in a mix of water, vinegar, salt, pepper, spices, onion, and carrot 4) Refrigerate for 2 or 3 days. 5) When... - 46.8191

Rabbit Chasseur

GETTING READY 1) In a large bowl, place the rabbit pieces with the lemon, cover with cold water and allow to stand overnight. 2) Drain, rinse the pieces under cold running water, then dry thoroughly on paper towels. MAKING 3) In a pan, saute the rabbit... - 46.6107

Pot Roasted Rabbit

The pot roasted rabbit is made with rabbit meat and vegetables along with mushrooms. Flavored with worcestershire sauce, mustard and garlic cooked in chicken broth, the pot roasted rabbit is served with crubled bacon as topping. - 46.3798

Jugged Rabbit

MAKING 1) Marinade the rabbit in a mix of carrots, onion, garlic, bay leaf, peppercorns, celery, wine and water. 2) Cover and allow to marinate for 3 days. 3) Remove pieces of meat and pat dry with paper towels. 4) In a pot, add shortening and brown the... - 45.7953

Rabbit Terrine

Soak the breadcrumbs in the milk for 10 minutes. Cut the rabbit and pork into cubes and either mince coarsely or chop in a food processor. Place in a mixing bowl. Strain the breadcrumbs. Add to the meat with the eggs, nutmeg, mustard, and salt and pepper to... - 45.68

Rabbit Hot Pot

GETTING READY 1) Preheat the oven to 160°C/325°F or Gas Mark 3. MAKING 2) Dredge the rabbit in the flour seasoned with salt and pepper to taste. 3) In a casserole dish, place the rabbit portions and add the onions, carrots, stock, mustard and parsley. 4)... - 45.1847

Marinated Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) The rabbit, if frozen, has to be defrosted. 2) Wash with waterand thoroughly, dry. 3) Cut the rabbit into pieces of serving size. MAKING 4) In a 2-quart bowl, add the serving pieces after rubbing with salt and pepper. 5) Marinate overnight... - 45.006

Simple Pot Roasted Rabbit

MAKING 1) In a slow cooker, place onion at the bottom. 2) Rub the meat with salt and pepper, make small incisions in the flesh, insert garlic in the pocket, and place it in the cooker. 3) Stir in bay leaves, soy sauce, clove and then pour hot water. 4) Cover... - 44.8866

Kayzie's Rabbit

GETTING READY 1. Mix 1/2 cup olive oil, lemon juice, rosemary, fennel, salt, and garlic in a large bowl. 2. Add onions and carrots. 3. Spread 1/2 of vegetable mixture on bottom of a roasting pan. 4. Place rabbit pieces on top. 5. Top with remaining vegetable... - 44.856

Hare Or Rabbit Salmi

GETTING READY 1.Start by preheating the oven to 350F degrees 2.Now clean and dress the meat as directed MAKING 3.In a baking pan, place the meat and add add onion, celery and bay leaf 4.Now brush with oil and roast at 350° F. for 45 minutes 5.Remove meat... - 44.7003

Country Style Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) Arrange the ingredients. MAKING 1) In a cooker, heat butter or margarine in . 2) With salt and pepper, season the rabbit and fry until a light golden brown on all sides. 3) With a slotted spoon, lift the chicken out of the cooker and drain... - 44.6873

Braised Rabbit With Pappardelle

GETTING READY 1) Preheat the oven to 425° F. 2) Season the rabbit with salt and pepper. MAKING 3) In a Dutch Oven, heat olive oil over medium high flame. Add in the rabbit and saute till brown on all sides. 4) Add in onions, carrots, celeriac, garlic,... - 44.5345

Rabbit In Red Wine And Balsamic Vinegar Sauce

Dry the rabbit well with paper towels and dredge it in flour, patting to remove the excess flour. In a large, heavy casserole or dutch oven, heat 3 tablespoons of oil until very hot but not smoking. Add only enough pieces of rabbit to fit comfortably in the... - 44.4895

Rabbit Or Hare Pate

This Rabbit Or Hare Pate is simply irresistible and mouth-watering recipe. Try this easy to prepare Rabbit Or Hare Pate; I am sure you will love to share it with your loved ones. - 44.4133

Rabbit Terrine

GETTING READY 1) Preheat the oven to 350°F. 2) Slice 1/4 rabbit fillets into strips and chop the rest. MAKING 3) In a blender, blend the chopped rabbit meat, pork and onion together until smooth. 4) Then add the parsley, thyme, garlic, salt, pepper, wine... - 44.4101

Country Rabbit Persillade

GETTING READY 1)Preheat oven to 375 degrees MAKING 2)Coat each piece of rabbit with the mustard 3)Choose a baking pan,add salt and chicken stock 4)Add the rabbit to the pan,cover and cook in the oven for 55 minutes 5)Drain this stock into saucepan 6)Keep the... - 44.2776

Rabbit Provencal

GETTING READY 1) Cut rabbit into serving pieces. 2) In a bowl, place the pieces with 2 tablespoons olive oil, wine vinegar, onions, bay leaves and garlic. 3) Cover with foil and place inside refrigerator for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight, turn at... - 44.2516

Rabbit With Green Peppertorns

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) In a pan or Dutch oven, add oil and heat. 3) Stir in garlic and rabbit and brown meat well. 4) Add mint, green peppercorns, and vinegar. 5) Add water till rabbit is covered halfway. 6)... - 44.1865

Tasty Homemade Rabbit Fry

A rare dish in many households. Not many would dare to eat it, but I dared to try this dish. It's absolutely delicious and the rabbit meat if cooked well, can be very succulent and tasty. - 44.0149

Noisettes Of Rabbit

Loosen the fillets from the rabbit back and remove the tendons. Wash and pat the fillets dry. Cut the tendons and the backbone into small pieces. Cut the bacon rind into pieces and saute in a large saucepan about 5 minutes. Remove from the heat. Peel the... - 43.9915

Rabbit Brabant Style

Place the rabbit pieces in a shallow pan. Combine the onion, thyme, bay leaf, vinegar and water and pour the mixture over the rabbit. Cover the pan tightly with plastic wrap or aluminum foil and allow the rabbit to marinate overnight in the... - 43.9075

Wild Rabbit With Vegetables

GETTING READY 1 Skin, clean thoroughly and cut up the rabbits. MAKING 2 In a paper or plastic bag, combinethe dry ingredients. 3 Add the rabbit pieces in flour mixture and shake. 4 In a pressure pan, heat fat and brown meat lightly. 5 Add in the... - 43.8665

Rabbit Carbonnade

GETTING READY 1) Preheat the over to 350°. 2) Cut the rabbit into neat pieces. 3) Peel and thinly, slice the carrots. 4) Peel and chop the onion. 5) Cut the bacon into strips. 6) Peel and crush garlic. MAKING 7) Toss the rabbit pieces in the flour till... - 43.6878

Stewed Rabbit

Cut rabbit into pieces. Mix flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt and the pepper. Coat rabbit with flour mixture. Fry bacon in 4-quart Dutch oven over medium heat until crisp. Remove with slotted spoon and drain; reserve. Pour off all but 2 tablespoons bacon fat. Cook... - 43.4682

Garlic Rabbit Pate

Joint and bone the rabbit. Slice the meat into strips about inch wide. Put into a china basin with all the ingredients of the marinade. Stir well, cover, and leave in a cool place for 6 to 12 hours, stirring occasionally. Chop the heart and liver and mix... - 43.4501

Oven Barbecued Rabbit

Season rabbit with salt and pepper and place in one layer, meaty side up, in uncovered baking pan. Shake 1 or 2 drops of Tabasco on each piece. Mix together the cinnamon, allspice, garlic salt and paprika, and sprinkle over rabbit, along with minced mint... - 43.4138

Romertopf Rabbit

GETTING READY 1. Clean the rabbit and keep the meat in a bowl. 2. Season meat with salt and pepper; rub with hands. 3. Preheat oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. MAKING 4. In a soaked Romertopf, line bottom with a thin layer of bacon slices. 5. Place the rabbit... - 43.2831

Rabbit Or Hare Pate

GETTING READY 1) Preheat the oven to 325°F. MAKING 2) Bone the hare, slice the meat reserving the liver and bones. Drizzle the meat with cognac and refrigerate overnight. Drain and reserve the cognac. 3) In a food grinder, grind the hare liver, pork and... - 43.203

Marinated Rabbit

Wash the rabbit pieces and pat dry. Set aside. In a large mixing bowl combine the wine, onions, carrots, leek, celery, salt, pepper and tomato, if used. Add the rabbit. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator for ten to twenty hours. Drain and discard the... - 43.1793

Fried Rabbit

Wash rabbit thoroughly inside and out under cold water. Cut into serving pieces, and place in bowl. Make marinade by combining next 5 ingredients. Pour over rabbit, cover and soak several hours in refrigerator. Remove rabbit, drain and pat dry with paper... - 43.1026

Rabbit Roast

MAKING 1) In a pot add water and rabbit. 2) Allow water to boil, then drain, reserving the water for later use. 3) In a casserole add oil and heat. 4) Pat rabbit with seasoned flour and lay in the hot oil. 5) Peel the potatoes and slice the onion and arrange... - 43.089

Rotted Rabbit

Cut the rabbit meat into cubes, removing all the gristle. Cut the onions into quarters, grate the carrot and slice the leek. Soak the rolls in the wine; dice the bacon. Heat the oil in a flameproof casserole and fry the meat for about 5 minutes, until... - 43.0762

Sweet And Sour Rabbit

Disjoint rabbit. Combine flour, salt and pepper to taste; dredge rabbit in flour mixture. Brown rabbit evenly in hot oil in skillet. Add pineapple juice, vine- gar and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Cover; simmer for 40 min- utes or until rabbit is tender. Add pineapple... - 43.0349

Curried Rabbit

Have rabbit disjointed and cut into serving pieces. Dust generously with seasoned flour, and brown on all sides in hot shortening. Remove to a kettle. In drippings left in skillet cook onions, garlic, and apple for 2 or 3 minutes. When the mixture is wilted,... - 42.9638

Boiled Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) In a large pot of cold water, add in a little vinegar. Soak the rabbit in this water for about 2 hours so that the flesh whitens slightly. 2) Drain and slice the rabbit into little pieces. MAKING 3) Into a saucepan, add in the rabbit meat... - 42.6094

Roast Rabbit

Roast Rabbit has a lovely taste. Roast Rabbit gets its taste from rabbit cooked in rosemary and flavored with white wine vinegar. Roast Rabbit is inspired by many restaurants across the world. - 42.6023

Rabbit Grilled Over Alderwood

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) In a zip-lock bag, add olive oil, vinegar, lemon juice, peel, juniper berries, peppercorns, sage, and thyme and shake well to create a good marinade. 3) Put in the rabbit, press and... - 42.6007

Tomato Rabbit On Toast

GETTING READY 1. Prepare a double boiler pan. For this take a medium size saucepan and fill it with 3 inches of water. Place the pan on a medium low flame and allow the water to simmer steadily. MAKING 2. Fit a bowl over the saucepan such that the base of... - 42.0626

Rabbit Hot Pot

Mix the flour with salt and pepper and use to coat the rabbit pieces. Place half the sliced onion in a casserole. Cover with half the carrots, then with all the rabbit pieces. Sprinkle with the parsley and thyme and cover with the remaining onion and carrot... - 42.0404

Curried Rabbit

Wash, dry and joint the rabbit. Heat the butter in a saucepan, fry joints lightly, remove and drain. Fry onion lightly, add flour, curry powder and paste, and fry very well, stirring occasionally. Stir in stock, bring to boil. Put in all other ingredients... - 41.9321

Braised Rabbit

Mix vinegar, onion, mustard, salt, and pepper. Pour over pieces of rabbit in large bowl. Let stand for 1 hour, turning rabbit occasionally. Refrigerate for several hours. Drain. Mix 1 cup flour with nutmeg and sugar in paper bag. Add rabbit, a few pieces at a... - 41.7888

Fruited Rabbit Tagine

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit pieces and dry them gently. 2) In a large bowl, arrange olive oil, orange juice, onion, garlic, 1/2 cup of chopped mint, cinnamon, cardamom, cumin, apricots, and cherries. 3) Stir in rabbit and toss all the ingredients... - 41.7835

Sizzling Walnut Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) In a pan, add oil and heat. 3) Add the rabbit and brown well. 4) Lower the heat and add chiles, garlic, juice, and 2 teaspoons grated peel and mix well and cook for 3 to 5 minutes. 5) Add... - 41.5667

Rabbit Supreme

Wash and dry the cleaned, cut up rabbits. Dredge with 3 tablesp of the flour, 1 teasp of the salt, and the pepper combined. Brown in the hot fat in a Dutch oven or skillet. Add the sour cream, milk, onions, garlic, and remaining 1 teasp salt. Cover-and bake... - 41.1401

Rabbit Piccata

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) In a bowl, combine flour, salt, and pepper. 3) Lightly dust the meat in the flour. 4) In a Dutch oven, heat oil and butter. 5) Add in the rabbit and brown well. 6) Lower heat and pour in... - 40.9126

Hasenpfeffer Spiced Rabbit

Combine the first six ingredients in a large earthenware bowl. Add rabbit pieces; cover and let stand in refrigerator for 1 to 2 days, turning the meat several times. Dry rabbit pieces with absorbent paper, then dip them in the flour. Strain and save the... - 40.732

Rosemary Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) In a Dutch oven, add olive oil and heat. 3) Mix in rabbit and brown well. 4) Stir in onions and their vinegar. 5) Add lightly salted water to cover meat halfway. 6) Place lid on pan and... - 40.4082

Rabbit With Rosemary

Fry the onion gently in the olive oil for 3 minutes. Add the rabbit joints and brown evenly on all sides. Add the chicken stock, white wine, mustard and rosemary. Season to taste. Cover and simmer for 45 minutes or until the rabbit is just tender. Remove the... - 40.4053

Rabbit Liver Pate

Mix the rabbit pieces with the pork, liver, sausagemeat, garlic sausage and onion. Stir in the sherry, parsley and sage and season well. Line a large terrine or ovenproof dish with the bacon slices, allowing some of them to hang over the sides of the... - 40.3215

Casserole Of Rabbit

Roll each rabbit piece in castor [fine] sugar. Heat 1 tablespoon each of butter and oil in a deep frying pan, then saute the rabbit in the hot fat until the sugar has caramelized. Remove the rabbit pieces from the pan and pour in half the measured... - 40.2651

Rabbit Hot Pot

GETTING READY 1) Clean and wipe the rabbit pieces. 2) Preheat moderate oven (355°F. Gas Mark 4) MAKING 3) Roll rabbit pieces in seasoned flour. 4) In a skillet heat fat and brown the meat. Transfer into a casserole dish. 5) Mix onion, carrot and celery to... - 40.2304

Rabbit In Balsamic Vinegar

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) In a plate, add cracked peppercorns, add rabbit and mix well to coat. 3) In a skillet, add oil and heat. 4) Add rabbit and brown well. 5) Stir in vinegar, anchovy, sage, and 1 cup water... - 40.1665

Potted Hare Or Rabbit

Put the meat in a mixing bowl and pour over the wine, vinegar and enough water just to cover the meat. Leave to soak for 2 hours. Drain the meat and pat dry with kitchen paper towels. Cook the pork fat in a frying pan until it has rendered most of its... - 40.0454

Rabbit Terrine

1 Bone the rabbit entirely (you can have it done by your butcher). Cut the flesh of the saddle and legs into long slices 1/2 inch thick. Put them into a bowl. Peel the onion and cut into thin slices. Dice the rest of the rabbit flesh and the lean pork and the... - 39.8185

Stewed Rabbit

Heat oil in a large casserole, and gently fry onions and bacon until soft. Add rabbit pieces, and saute until browned on all sides. Add parsley, juniper berries, thyme, salt, and pepper. Add wine and stock. Bring to the boil, cover, and simmer until tender,... - 39.6119

Hirtzel Rabbit Cacciatore

Fry rabbit pieces in 50-50 mixture of olive oil and butter until seared on both sides. Add onion, garlic, hot red pepper and sage. When meat is browned and onion is soft add wine. About five minutes later add tomatoes. Cook at low heat in covered frying pan... - 39.2428

Hunter's Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) Wash the rabbit and place on paper towels. MAKING 2) Heat a pan and add in oil, lemon juice, sage, peppercorns, and 1 tablespoon fennel leaves. 3) Warm for 3 to 5 minutes, then brush on to the meat. 4) Place rabbit on grill for 10 to 12... - 39.2191

Rabbit Provencale Crepes

Dice the rabbit into bite size pieces. In a large skillet heat the butter and the oil in the sauce pan, add the rabbit and brown. Fry the bacon in a second skillet, drain excess fat and add to the rabbit along with the vegetables and saute until... - 39.1775

Rabbit Stewed In Stout

This richly flavored stewed rabbit has a special ingredient to make it tender and flavorful: Irish stout! - 38.8801

Rabbit In Red Wine

Place the rabbit in a stainless steel or glass bowl and cover with the red wine. Cover the dish and let the rabbit marinate overnight, refrigerated. Drain from the marinade, reserving the wine. Pat dry with paper towels. Heat a large frying pan and add the... - 38.7995

Fried Hare Or Rabbit

GETTING READY 1.Start by cleaning the hare or rabbit as directed MAKING 2.In a pot, simmer the meat for 15 minutes and then drain it 3.Once the meat turns cold, cut it into serving pieces 4.Then dip the pieces into beaten egg, then into bread crumbs, and... - 38.7557

Asparagus-corn Rabbit

Asparagus-Corn Rabbit has a great taste. The corn mixed with cheese and eggs gives the desired taste to Asparagus-Corn Rabbit recipe. Asparagus-Corn Rabbit is loved by many people. - 38.7483

Roast Hare Or Rabbit

GETTING READY 1.Start by preheating the oven to 325F degrees 2.Also wash the dressed hare or rabbit under running water and dry MAKING 3.Now season hare or rabbit with salt and pepper, stuff and sew up 4.Roast uncovered in moderate oven for 1 1/2 to 3/4 hours... - 38.6853

Crock Pot Rabbit

Stick 3 cloves in each onion. Mix all seasonings together. Salt and pepper pieces of rabbit and saute in margarine for 20 minutes. Line bottom of crock pot with bacon strips, then add sauteed rabbit. Sprinkle with seasonings. Place one onion near bottom of... - 38.6484

Hare Or Rabbit En Casserole

GETTING READY 1.Start by preheating the oven to 350F degrees 2.Also rub the frying pan with garlic if desired 3.Now dress and cut the hare or rabbit into serving pieces MAKING 4.In a pan, place the hare or rabbit and saute in fat until brown 5.Now remove from... - 38.6266

Spicy Marinated Rabbit

Cut rabbit into serving pieces; rub with salt and pepper. Put into large bowl; add marinade. Refrigerate overnight. Drain rabbit; do not pat dry. Strain; reserve marinade. In large frypan over high heat quickly brown all sides of rabbit pieces in hot... - 37.8111

Creamed Rabbit

Fry the vegetables and bacon in the fat for a few minutes, without browning. Add the flour and mix well. Add the stock and stir until it boils. Boil for at least 10 minutes. Cut the meat off the bone and dice it. Season the sauce well, add the meat, and heat... - 37.7943

Herbed Rabbit In Wine

In paper or plastic bag combine 1/4 cup flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and pepper. Add rabbit pieces; shake to coat. In 10-inch skillet cook bacon till crisp; drain, reserving drippings in pan. Crumble bacon; set aside. Brown rabbit in reserved drippings, about 5... - 37.7588

Tomato Rabbit With Toasted English Muffins

Heat butter in blazer pan over moderate heat. Add onion, green pepper and celery and cook and stir until tender but not browned. Stir in flour and let bubble. Place pan over hot water in water pan and slowly stir in milk. Cook until mixture is thickened,... - 37.7109

Braised Rabbit With Spinach

1. Soak the mushrooms in boiling water to cover for 20 minutes. Drain, reserving the liquid; make up to 150 ml (1/4 pint). Discard the stalks and slice the caps; set aside. 2. Beat the egg white until frothy, then beat in 2 tablespoons of the cornflour and a... - 37.4685

Rabbit Rillettes

Cut up the rabbit into convenient pieces. Dice the pork fat, and put it in a fireproof dish with the pork fillet. Arrange the pieces of rabbit on the top and add the white wine, salt, bunch of mixed herbs, pepper, nutmeg, and Cayenne pepper. Cook very slowly... - 37.438

Iced Rabbit Cookies

Cream the margarine and sugar, add the flour and just enough milk or egg to make a firm rolling consistency. Knead well, roll out on a lightly floured board and cut into 'rabbit' shapes, either using a metal cutter or cutting round a card board shape. Save... - 37.4182

Tomato-onion Rabbit

Grate cheese, or cut into small pieces. Melt 2 tablespoons butter over boiling water. Add cheese; stir until melted. Add salt, mustard, Tabasco and cream, stirring constantly. Add a little of the cheese mixture to the beaten eggs; return to remaining... - 37.4081

Rabbit With Sage

Place rabbit pieces in a glass or ceramic dish. Mix together marinade ingredients. Pour marinade over rabbit and refrigerate overnight, turning once. Remove rabbit pieces and brush with marinade. Place them in a hinged wire basket fairly close to hot coals to... - 37.4053

Fried Rabbit

Cut rabbit into serving size pieces. Place rabbit in skillet. Saute in margarine until brown. Remove to hot platter. Drain well. Cool rabbit, dip pieces into beaten egg, then roll in bread crumbs seasoned with salt and pepper. Saute in margarine until... - 37.2512

Squirrel And Rabbit Gumbo

Make a very dark roux. Add celery, onions, and bell pepper, stirring constantly until the onions are clear. Add the garlic, parsley, water, Lea & Perrins, Louisiana hot sauce, and wine. Drop in the meat. Let cook for two or more hours. - 37.0391

Hunter's Hare Or Rabbit

Prepare marinade as follows. Take sufficient boiling water with which to cover meat, put sliced onions, mixed sliced vegetables, a little salt, 1-2 bay leaves, peppercorns and a little tarragon vinegar into the water, boil for an hour, cool, and pour it over... - 36.6819

Jugged Hare Rabbit Venison Or Pigeons

Joint the meat and fry the pieces brown in the dripping. Put in a casserole with the onion and seasonings. Melt the butter or margarine and add the flour. Mix well and stir in the liquid. Stir until it boils and pour over the hare. Cover and cook in a slow... - 36.5936

Rabbit Gibelotte

Cut the rabbit up into convenient pieces, and fry these in 4 tablespoonfuls of butter together with the green bacon, which has been soaked to remove the salt. Add some pepper. When all is nicely browned, stir in the flour and allow it to turn golden. Moisten... - 36.2063

Rabbit Pate

1. Remove the meat from the rabbit. Peel the carrot and onion and slice. Remove the rind from the bacon. Put the rabbit bones in a saucepan with the carrot, onion, bacon rind and bouquet garni. Season. Cover with water and simmer until two-thirds of the... - 36.0524

Rabbit En Casserole

Wash and joint the rabbit. If desired, lard the joints with strips of fat bacon. Heat the butter in a casserole and brown in it the rabbit, sliced onions and lean bacon (diced). When well browned, add salt and pepper; sprinkle in flour, and when this has... - 35.7474

Tomato Rabbit

Melt butter in top of double boiler over boiling water. Blend in flour and stir constantly while adding milk, then continue to stir until sauce thickens. Stir in grated cheese, sugar, salt, cover and allow cheese to melt, stirring occasionally. Add pureed... - 34.9464

Roast Rabbit

GETTING READY 1) Pour cold water and a little vinegar in a pot large enough to fit the rabbit. Soak the rabbit in this water for about 2 hours so that the flesh whitens slightly. 2) Remove the rabbit from the pot and wash it clean with fresh water. Dry... - 34.7727

Shrimp Rabbit

Heat butter in blazer pan over moderate heat. Add flour and salt and stir until bubbly. Set over hot water in pan and stir in milk. Cook until mixture is thickened, stirring occasionally. Add Worcestershire, Tabasco and cheese. Stir until cheese melts. Add... - 34.6552

Marinated Rabbit Hotpot

1. To make marinade, place all ingredients except wine in a glass bowl. Add rabbit, then pour over enough red wine to cover. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator overnight. Remove rabbit, strain marinade into a clean bowl and reserve. Discard solids. 2.... - 34.59

Rabbit

Coat the rabbit with flour and brown well in drippings in cooker. Remove. Saute onions and green pepper in same drippings, add flour then add the milk and water combined and stir until mixture thickens. Add seasonings. Place rabbit on rack in cooker, add... - 34.4698

Baked Rabbit

Wash and dry the cleaned, cut up rabbits. Roll in 1/4 c of the flour combined with the salt and the pepper. Cook the sliced onions until tender in the fat in a Dutch oven or skillet. Remove the onions, and brown the rabbit in the same fat. Place the onions... - 34.2744

Rabbit In Vermouth

Heat a large Dutch oven and add the oil. Saute the rabbit pieces in two batches until brown on both sides, about 10 minutes total time. Add the garlic and onions to the pot and cook uncovered for another 10 minutes. Stir in the flour, salt, pepper, and... - 34.0716

Rabbit Salmi

Place dressed rabbit in baking pan and add onion, celery and bay leaf and roast in 350°F.oven for 45 minutes. Remove meat from pan, add margarine and flour to pan drippings and cook to rich brown. Add hot water and stir well. When smooth, add salt,... - 33.9814

Best Shrimp Rabbit

Melt butter in saucepan over low heat. Blend in flour, dry mustard and Accent. Gradually stir in milk. Add Worcestershire sauce. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens and comes to a boil. Add cheese; stir until melted. Add shrimp;... - 33.3132

Tomato Rabbit

Melt the fat in the top of a double boiler. Add the flour, stir until smooth, then add the milk gradually, while stirring. When thickened add the tomato sauce and soda, then the beaten eggs, salt, mustard and cayenne. Last fold in the grated cheese and... - 32.8768

Rabbit Hasenpfeffer

1. Combine water, vinegar, sugar, seasonings and onion in medium mixing bowl. Add rabbit and marinate at room temperature 4 to 6 hours. Drain and reserve marinade. 2. Place butter in 2-quart (12x7) glass baking dish. 3. Microwave on ROAST for about 1 1/2... - 32.7933

Broiled Hare Or Rabbit

GETTING READY 1.Start by skinning and cleaning the rabbit or hare 2.Then wipe dry, split down the back and pound flat MAKING 3.Wrap the rabbit or hare in a heavy oiled paper 4.In a boiler, place the rabbit or hare and broil at 350F degrees, until browned and... - 32.5349

Smothered Rabbit

Cut rabbit into small pieces, season with salt & paprika; coat with flour. Place rabbit & butter into skillet; saute until brown. Lay onions over rabbit, season with salt; pour sour cream in. Cover & let simmer for about 1 hours. Serve. - 32.1431

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