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what to do with rabbit?

(8 Posts)
MERLYPUSS Tue 15-Jan-13 12:40:25

Ragu with fennel is really nice. You'd need to joint it first.

ethelb Tue 15-Jan-13 11:52:46

@takver that sounds great. Can't wait to make it!

Takver Tue 15-Jan-13 09:06:49

DH made it, I think it was probably this recipe or something very similar but he used all rabbit rather than a mix of meats and also definitely included some green peppers and water + bouillon powder rather than stock (he tends to use recipes as inspiration rather than instruction!).

FeeFoo Mon 14-Jan-13 19:01:24

grin Ooh a Portuguese Rabbit Stew would be lovely. Here's a link to a good recipe http://allrecipes.co.uk/m/recipe/2092/portuguese-rabbit-casserole.aspx

ethelb Mon 14-Jan-13 18:40:36

ooh, do you have a recipe for rabbit paella

Takver Mon 14-Jan-13 18:08:25

Be careful if roasting, it can be a bit dry. I had a bit of a rabbit problem at one point and I can recommend:

Rabbit casserole with white wine
Rabbit risotto
Rabbit paella (variations on a theme here!)
Rabbit and mushroom pie
Rabbit and leek pie

Seabright Mon 14-Jan-13 17:10:12

Roast it like a chicken. Or joint it up and use a chicken recipe, they are interchangeable.

Yum!

ethelb Mon 14-Jan-13 15:22:24

I have just gotten hold of a whole (skinned) rabbit for £4. What the hell do I do with it?

(NB I have a slow cooker if that helps?)

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