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Rabbits........How to cook #534658
01/22/08 08:32 PM
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Hi guys, I got a pair of bunnies here and was wondering if yall could share your favorite bunnie recipes with me.
Thanks
carl

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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: PAFOXTRAPPER55] #534667
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I would cut mine into section, dip them in eggs, and then in bread crumbs and fry them in a pan on the stove. I do this with vension so I don't know how rabbit would taste.


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: deerslayer] #534682
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My favorite way is to cook them in a crockpot on low for 8 hours.First I roll them in a mixture of flour and spices (I use seasoned salt,pepper, onion salt, but you can use whatever spices you like). Pour a can of cream of chicken or cream of mushroom soup over them.They are delicious.


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: deerslayer] #534684
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Fry them like you would chicken or squirrel.

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: warrior] #534724
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i roll them in flour, fry them, them slow cook them in cream of mushroom soup. i had rabbit 4 dinner tonight.






mmmmmmmhhh rabbit



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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: NACooner] #534871
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substitute for chicken in gumbo. MMMMMMMMMMMMMM tasty

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: croberts11] #534992
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de-bone, pound out like you would a tenderloin, dip in egg, shake in a mixture of flour, powdered taters, crushed ritz crackers, add some garlic, salt, pepper, and then pan fry in butter. It will make you punch your grandma in the face, guarantee

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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: ol' dad] #535014
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Take off the legs, and o yes the loins, not much meat there but man it's good. Bread it just like you would chicken, and fry it in the skillet. rabbit is personally my favorite wild game


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: ol' dad] #535021
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 Originally Posted By: ol' dad
de-bone, pound out like you would a tenderloin, dip in egg, shake in a mixture of flour, powdered taters, crushed ritz crackers, add some garlic, salt, pepper, and then pan fry in butter. It will make you punch your grandma in the face, guarantee

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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: RockyII] #535092
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Poor Grandma!!!!


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: doc9013] #535244
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If they are young...cut them into frying sized pieces. Bread in a cup of flour with a package (dry) of Good Seasons Italian salad dressing mix. Coat a cookie sheet with oil and load the pieces into the oven at 350. Cook with turning until done.
MMMmmmm

If old...I like to cut into pieces, braze nice and brown in bacon fat. Then stew them in the Dutch oven until the meat will fall off the bones. Take the pieces out, make up some veggies (carrots, celery, onion) and make some gravy with the juices and don't forget the dumplings!!! It just doesn't get any better than that.


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: TasteLikeChicken] #535419
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Doc knows how to cook them, they are very good that way. Fried rabbit is also very good.


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: ] #535559
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Hassenpfeffer, its hard to make but good eats.

I like that idea with the gumbo

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: PAFOXTRAPPER55] #535624
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No matter how I cook them, they are first let to soak overnight in a pan of salt water to bleed them out. Makes for a better taste I think.
Hard to beat breaded and fried rabbit.


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: Fairchild #17] #535697
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I soak mine in cold, salty water over night to draw out the blood. I quarter my rabbit and put it in the pressure cooker for 20 min to make it tender. Take out of pressure cooker, bread it and season it and fry it like chicken.

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: VaBeagler] #535740
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Rabbit with "hooters" is pretty good eating!

I bone out the legs and back straps, roll them in flour and fry. Put all the fried pieces in a bowel, pour some "hooters" hot wing sauce over the rabbit. Mix them up and start eating!!!!!!!!

BTW I do soak my rabbit in salt water in the fridge for up to 5 days. The longer you soak them the more tender they get.


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: wyote] #536003
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I cut mine up into frying pieces,then roll in flour that has salt and pepper,then just fry in butter.Thats my favorite.

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: DFronek] #536031
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Soak in salt water overnight to bleed out. Cook in pressure cooker until meat falls off the bones. Separate meat from bones and remove any bb's. Add to spagetti sauce.

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: ROCK] #536045
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deep fried a few of em up last night after doin sum fur work ... also like em with BBQ sauce or mushroom soup (add a few morels to spicin things up a bit) in the crockpot .... sprinkle sum breadcrumbs on top .....mmmmmmmmMMMMMMM


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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: Gary] #536053
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Take of the legs and the loins and wrap bacon around and put into the smoker.

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