Rabbit in Almond Sauce- A wonderful way to cook rabbit with a rich, creamy, flavorful sauce that is perfect paired with rice and a hearty vegetable and a slice of crusty bread on the side!
RP I have been wanting to try a rabbit recipe for a while. this looks like it could be the one! BTW - Splashtablet Suction-Mount Kitchen iPad Cases 55% Off Only at http://splashtablet.com PAYPAL Thru 10/31
Rabbit in Almond Sauce - if I can get past the sensation the rabbit reminding me of my little doggie...
Rabbit in Almond Sauce....my first attempt at cooking rabbit tonight will be this, tweeking with beer instead of wine.
Rabbit in Almond Sauce - unlike my previous pin, this one is actually linked to the recipe and isn't just a picture.
Rabbit in Almond Sauce - the sauce was great, the rabbit was bland, will defiantly make the sauce again with chicken!
I have been wanting to try a rabbit recipe for a while. This looks like it could be the one!
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"Why don't you try rabbit in almond sauce?" asks Lucia, a good friend of mine from Spain after I told her I had a rabbit in the fridge and no recipe. See, every time I find myself in this situation, I tend to cook the classic stew. Nothing wrong with that but I like to try different things every time I can and my friend's suggestion sounded very interesting. She gave me the recipe (her mom's) and I started cooking right away. I had no intentions to post this rabbit recipe but it was SO good I just had to. What a wonderful change from the ordinary. I thank Lucia for letting me share with you this delicious recipe. Who knows, it might become one of your favorites too. Ingredients: 1- 2 lb. rabbit, cut into portions olive oil 1 medium onion 6 garlic cloves 2 tbsp flour 1 8oz can tomato sauce 1 cup wine 2 cups water 3/4 cup ground almonds 2 sprigs of thyme salt and pepper to taste Heat enough olive oil to cover the bottom of a large Dutch oven. Add the rabbit, season with salt and pepper and sear over medium heat for 3 to 5 minutes or until browned. Remove the rabbit to a large plate. Add the onions to the pan and cook, stirring occasionally for 3 minutes. Add the garlic and cook for another minute. Sprinkle with flour, stir and cook for 2 minutes more. Add wine, tomato sauce, water, thyme, almonds and return the rabbit to the pot. Season with salt and pepper, cover and cook on medium heat for 45 minutes stirring occasionally. Add water to thin the sauce if it gets too thick.
Ingredients] 1 rabbitA handful of bacon ends and pieces (about 2 strips of sliced bacon)1 vidalia onion, chopped1/2 fist of garlic, unpeeled1 bunch thyme1 bunch rosemary1-2 cups Imagine Organic Low Sodium brothSalt and pepper to taste [Process] Rinse rabbit under cold water and set aside.If using whole strips of bacon, chop into bite size pieces.In a clay pot (or regular pot), brown the bacon on medium heat until all the pieces start to crisp.Add half of the chopped onion and whole garlic cloves to the pot and continue to cook until the onion browns slightly, then turn burner down to low.Place the rabbit on top of the onion, bacon, and garlic.Sprinkle generously with salt and pepper.Place the remaining onion around the rabbit.Top with the fresh herbs, and pour in the broth.Cover and cook for 8 hours on low, flipping the rabbit after 4 hours.Remove the rabbit from the pot, remove the meat and discard the bones, and place meat back into pot.
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Rabbit Breakfast Sausage Recipe -As a palate-pleasing alternative to traditional pork sausage, my husband and I created this lower-fat version. It's moist, flavorful and delicious. We especially enjoy it for breakfast or brunch. —Carol Heuschkel, Winsted, Connecticut
As a palate-pleasing alternative to traditional pork sausage, my husband and I created this lower-fat version. It's moist, flavorful and delicious. We especially enjoy it for breakfast or brunch. —Carol Heuschkel, Winsted, Connecticut
Gluten Free/Sugar Free Irish Breakfast Sausage! Recipe; 2lbs ground beef or Pork. Add to a bowl, add some water and an egg (optional) 2 and a half TBS Sea Salt, 2 1/2 Tbs Thyme, 2 Tablespoons. marjoram, 2tsp black pepper, 1 tsp dried Rosemary and Garlic powder to taste. Mix together and cook with sauteed onions and pepper in Pasture butter.