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Thread: BBQ hare back steaks

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    BBQ hare back steaks

    Crept up on a hare sleeping in the middle of a paddock the other day and snotted him, poor bugger.
    Anyway, just kept the back steaks and hind legs.
    Aged the back steaks for 48 hours in the fridge then marinated in olive oil, garlic, cracked pepper and fresh rosemary for another 48 hours.
    Cranked up the barbie and cooked them 2 1/2 minutes each side, let them rest and the sliced them up across the grain. One steak per plate.
    Amazing!! You could serve them up as venison and most buggers wouldn't know the difference.
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    You are not wrong there johnino.
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    Any pics?

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    Excellent. Well done.
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    Yup put half a dozen in the freezer the other night along with a whole rabbit which is apparently really good roasted. I've only ever done back straps and legs so will be something different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeRider View Post
    Any pics?
    Sorry no, Always seems a good idea after eating. Next time
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    bugger didnt grab the back steaks off the 5 hares on saturday night, only the back legs. a pair were in the crockpot all yesterday and tender as ever but the taste wasnt quite right, think it was my marinade/cooking ingredients though so will try again with another set

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimeRider View Post
    Any pics?
    We'll have to take our own photos, we have some in the freezer.
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    I much prefer hare to rabbit.
    Unfortunately there is about a hundred rabbits to one hare in my only pp spot to shoot them.
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    Hmm I might have to give hare another go. I am quite fond of rabbit

 

 

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