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Easy Way to Cook Rabbit

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created October 18, 2012 at 5:56 PM

I am not into complicated recipes with a lot of ingredients. I have a lot of food sensitives so cooking the meat with fat and some chicken stock would be easiest for me. What's the easiest way to cook rabbit so I don't overcook it? I have a package of rabbit portions to use up, and I've heard it can get tough really fast.

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on October 18, 2012
at 09:47 PM

yummy! the thyme and rosemary flavorings sound delicious. i can't eat mushrooms, onions, garlic, potatoes, so i'd probably just have to use carrots/celery for the flavor

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on October 18, 2012
at 09:45 PM

thanks! seems really easy. the bacon fat is a good idea.

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on October 18, 2012
at 08:04 PM

I would add 1 step, sprinkle salt and pepper to the rabbit pieces and brown thoroughly in bacon fat or butter, then follow the recipe above

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on October 18, 2012
at 08:08 PM

I'm a pretty lazy cook myself. I usually just dip rabbit pieces in a egg wash and coconut flour/pepper/salt and fried it in butter or coconut oil. It's juicy and delicious and satisfies my fried chicken cravings. It cooks quickly, so keep an eye on it to avoid overcooking!

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on October 18, 2012
at 06:26 PM

Magic recipie:

Put rabbit in slow cooker.

Add veggies, stock to cover.

Come back in a few hours, salt to taste.

089dd41b18fbb95ebb5347cded708d98

(5635)

on October 18, 2012
at 09:45 PM

thanks! seems really easy. the bacon fat is a good idea.

Medium avatar

(3213)

on October 18, 2012
at 08:04 PM

I would add 1 step, sprinkle salt and pepper to the rabbit pieces and brown thoroughly in bacon fat or butter, then follow the recipe above

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on October 18, 2012
at 07:10 PM

http://www.spanishfoodworld.co.uk/rabbit-recipes/ Try this link, it's simple and produces great clean flavors... but do enitial prep, then put in a crock pot for several hour until tenter... the oven method is too short and too high of a temp. and will dry /toughen the rabbit. Play around with the addition of fresh thyme/oregano/bay or combo's,a bit of pork belly/bacon/pancetta diced, maybe a sm.spoon of tomato paste or puree... play and enjoy!

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on October 18, 2012
at 06:19 PM

You are in luck! rabbit, being a very lean meat, does not take well to high heat -- it is very difficult to manage.

Rabbit does very well in low, slow environments.

Here's a rabbit stew: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/member/views/SLOW-COOKER-RABBIT-STEW-50118654

You mentioned food sensitivities, and the stew has tomatoes in it, so here's one that might be easier if you have nightshade issues: http://www.primal-palate.com/2011/09/clay-pot-rabbit.html

089dd41b18fbb95ebb5347cded708d98

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on October 18, 2012
at 09:47 PM

yummy! the thyme and rosemary flavorings sound delicious. i can't eat mushrooms, onions, garlic, potatoes, so i'd probably just have to use carrots/celery for the flavor

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