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Posted: 4/7/2002 12:29:05 PM EDT
I have a couple of rabbits in the freezer from the last time I went hunting. I’d like to cook them up soon. Does anyone have a tasty rabbit recipe that they are willing to share ?
Link Posted: 4/7/2002 12:42:35 PM EDT
Ye Olde Rabbit Stew Recipe 2 rabbits, young, cut in pieces 3 carrots, peeled, quartered 3 tomatoes, sliced 3 onions, peeled, quartered 1 turnip, peeled, quartered 4 tablespoons lard 2 tablespoons flour water, boiling seasonings to taste Fry rabbits, carrots, onions and turnips in a frying pan with the lard. Empty contents of frying pan into a stew pan. Sprinkle with flour. Mix well. Cover with boiling water. Add tomatoes and seasonings. Cover and let cook for about 45 minutes. Then serve.
Link Posted: 4/7/2002 12:46:30 PM EDT
or, if you would like the full list... http://www.bowhunting.net/susieq/rabbit.html
Link Posted: 4/7/2002 2:09:45 PM EDT
Yeah, search the web for hundreds of recipes.
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 3:21:16 PM EDT
Anyone else remember the Bugs Bunny episode about this?
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 3:35:34 PM EDT
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 6:18:07 PM EDT
Like waldo said they are much like chickens(young ones better and tame ones fatter) But unlike chickens you get four legs and thighs! Pressure cooking also makes allmost anything eatable! For taste pressure cook them, strip the meat add shrimp-par-boil make a cajion bugs-creol, bugs jambali.. rice,carrots every thing but the kitchen sink! yummm bob cole
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 7:12:54 PM EDT
fwiw - I've had good luck grinding or chunking the meat and making chili - came out great. Tate
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 7:23:59 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Waldo: You can usually get good results just pan frying it like chicken. My Grandmother used to soak them overnight in a little milk. Don't soak them in salt water, it just makes the rabbit dry and tough. The old tough ones you can pressure cook, then bone the meat and make rabbit and dumplings. Rabbit, keeps ya hoppin ;)
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Yes, Yes!...roll in flour, alittle salt and pepper, and into the frying pan. GOOD stuff!
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 7:27:33 PM EDT
Ive always liked sprinkling seasoning salt and wrapping them in bacon. then smoke them in a charcol smoker. Same recipie for pheasant too. Comes out great
Link Posted: 4/8/2002 8:14:32 PM EDT
I wouldn't know. The last rabbit I had was boiled in a rusty can. It was chewy. Maybe I should print out some of those recipes...
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