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Thread: Rabbit & Hare Slow Cook Recipes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mposkitt View Post
    Thanks very much all for your recipes. Much appreciated.

    Gadgetman - when you say cover in liquid for freezing do you mean the liquid from the slow cook?
    Yes. There is a heap of flavour in it. When reheating for a feed just thicken with cornflour.
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    add a few HOPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakokid View Post
    add a few HOPS!
    The hops fell off when they get to the slow cooker
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    My first attempt at hare shanks are in the slow cooker now marinading overnight. Bay leaves, anisead, garlic, ginger, soy sauce and a bit of coriander.

    Will cook slowly for about 12hrs and chuck some veges in with about 6-8 to go.

    Ended up with 3 legs off 2 hares as one got half blown apart by some poor shooting . Gutted that I didn't get the back straps, forgot about those.
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    Back steaks are better flash fried in my experience. Will be tender in slow cooker all the same but dry.

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    Tried cooking hare once. They go to the dogs now, Rabbits however are a different story altogether, yum, yum yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    Tried cooking hare once. They go to the dogs now, Rabbits however are a different story altogether, yum, yum yum
    Ha ha i prefer hare !

    Like anything it depends on the animal and its condition.

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    When I shoot em they usually are expired, skinned and minced in the same second.

    I always tend to aim at the big bit rather than the head.

    Cant seem to remember to aim at the thing below the ears.

    You would have though the last hare I got had been ridden round and round the paddock while being stabbed with a knife so blunt you could have ridden down the blade with a leg each side and been unscathed. Tough was a gross understatement
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    When I shoot em they usually are expired, skinned and minced in the same second.

    I always tend to aim at the big bit rather than the head.

    Cant seem to remember to aim at the thing below the ears.

    You would have though the last hare I got had been ridden round and round the paddock while being stabbed with a knife so blunt you could have ridden down the blade with a leg each side and been unscathed. Tough was a gross understatement


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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    When I shoot em they usually are expired, skinned and minced in the same second.

    I always tend to aim at the big bit rather than the head.

    Cant seem to remember to aim at the thing below the ears.

    You would have though the last hare I got had been ridden round and round the paddock while being stabbed with a knife so blunt you could have ridden down the blade with a leg each side and been unscathed. Tough was a gross understatement
    Ya might need a smaller canon if you want a feed by the sounds of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Ya might need a smaller canon if you want a feed by the sounds of it
    I only have .223's all rattle guns too
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    I only have .223's all rattle guns too
    Take the 3 off the end dinner sorted Those rattlers are fun!
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    The hare turned out well. Very tasty! Cooked for about 13hrs on low in the slow cooker with the various spices, etc. Added spuds, carrots and an onion with about 6hrs to go.

    Feels good to have successfully hunted, butchered and eaten something myself. Will have to get a load more now!

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    Good on ya Matty
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