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Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: JAMIE] #536582
01/23/08 07:44 PM
01/23/08 07:44 PM
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Take the rabbit cut into pieces I joint the hind legs at the pelvis and debone the loins soak over night in a zip lock bag with cup orange juice, 4 tlbs soya sauce, tsp onion powder, and the same garlic powder some savory, sage, rosemary salt and pepper cup olive oil.

Next day brown in a hot pan with olive oil really brown then cut up an large onion in quarters and break up by hand drop in pan for two minutes. Remove everything and put in a small roaster open a can of hunts crushed tomatoes Ill the one with sweet red pepper sauce but you can use the regular also. Cover and bake at 300F for 2.5 to 3 hours just keeping the stuff moist the meat will be tender and fall apart we dont have rabbits here but snowshoe hares a bit bigger than cottontails but I think it would be about the same.
I did some the other night and took it in to work even the girls that have never tried game before said the like it and would eat it.



Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: flyrc] #537303
01/23/08 11:33 PM
01/23/08 11:33 PM
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Had some rabbit gumbo just last night. Mmmmm, was pretty good. Took some to work to a guy and he liked it pretty good too. He couldn't believe it was rabbit. I'm a fat southern boy so I like everything fried, but with my rabbit. I prefer to melt some butter and coat the individual pieces with the butter and then roll them in: cracker crumbs, bread crumbs, or crushed corn flakes. Either of these or any combination will do. Salt and pepper to taste. Place in a pan and dribble what butter is left over the top. Cook in the oven at 350 covered for about an hour. Then uncover to brown. It is done when you can lift a lef and the meat stays in the pan. You'll never fry em again. (even the old tough ones, come out this way).

Last edited by don bishop; 01/23/08 11:35 PM.
Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: don bishop] #538541
01/24/08 06:56 PM
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Thanks guys. Im definitly goin to try one of the recipes. Ill post later with the results if i remember.

Thanks alot guys
carl

Re: How to cook rabbits [Re: PAFOXTRAPPER55] #738774
05/31/08 06:23 PM
05/31/08 06:23 PM
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Rabbit stew with dumplings.


Nevada bound
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