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Thread: RABBIT STEW RECIPE

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    RABBIT STEW RECIPE

    Hi i am after a quick and easy rabbit stew recipe
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    @mrs dundee would be a good person to ask. She is no stranger to cooking rabbit at all.
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    Same as chicken casserole but add pineapple chunks to taste.
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    Google some recipes there's plenty to choose from

    I always like to put rabbit quarters into the crock pot and cook them long and slow with things like Onion, bacon, mushrooms, celery, kumara, beef stock Bay leaves, oregano or mixed herbs and red wine.

    I also like to make dough boys for all my stews.

    Thicken the stock with corn flour just before you serve it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Nakiman2

    Google some recipes there's plenty to choose from

    I always like to put rabbit quarters into the crock pot and cook them long and slow with things like Onion, bacon, mushrooms, celery, kumara, beef stock and red wine.

    Thicken the stock with corn flour just before you serve it up

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    ^^^^that.

    brown meat first in a pan into the slow cooker and add whatever you have in the fridge pantry etc.
    can't go too wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P38 View Post
    Nakiman2

    Google some recipes there's plenty to choose from

    I always like to put rabbit quarters into the crock pot and cook them long and slow with things like Onion, bacon, mushrooms, celery, kumara, beef stock Bay leaves, oregano or mixed herbs and red wine.

    I also like to make dough boys for all my stews.

    Thicken the stock with corn flour just before you serve it up

    Cheers
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    Sounds like a good feed for a winters evening.
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    Sear quartered rabbit in a skillet then add to pot/dutch oven. Deglaze skillet with white wine. Saute onion, celery and carrot (Mirepoix) in butter/olive oil, add to pot. Use salt and pepper liberally. Add chicken stock and water, thyme and bay leaves.Cook on a low heat for around 6 hours. Garnish stew with chopped flat leaf parsley.
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    What the kid said (without the celery!) and thicken with corn flour

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    Get 1 of those meal bases from super market or the slow cooker type.Dice & joint the rabbit ,brown it with a couple of onions .Then into a pot or slow cooker with meal base.Follow directions on packet ,done. Simmer for 2 hours minimum 6-8 is better.
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    Paella!

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    Just put rabbit in crockpot with abit of water and put whatever herbs you got i put garlic pepper and tuscan.Enjoy your rabbit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs dundee View Post
    Just put rabbit in crockpot with abit of water and put whatever herbs you got i put garlic pepper and tuscan.Enjoy your rabbit.
    Put a brick on top or it will eat all the herbs, start sneezing get angry and and try to escape
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