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Peel the onions. (If they are large, cut them in half.) Scrape carrots and cut into 2 inch pieces. Put them in the kettle, cover with water, add the ...
Cover fryer with water, add onion and salt and pepper, cook until tender. Take meat out, dice, and return to broth; add vegetables. When vegetables ...
A lemon-herb marinade ... the flavor or rabbit to make a pleasantly spicy stew. Plan to ... wild rice, spinach salad and a hearty red wine, if you like.
Wash and dry cleaned rabbit. Place in ... until rabbit is tender. Add potatoes; blend flour and water. Stir into stew. Cook until thickened and add parsley.
Discard fat from rabbit. Reserve kidneys ... rewarm in heavy large skillet over medium low heat, stirring frequently, about 10 minutes.) Serve immediately.
Brown rabbit and onions in ... Wild rabbit may need to be simmered for a longer period of time. Total cooking time - 40 minutes. Recipe yields: 4 servings.
Brown rabbits in oil in ... tender, about 20 to 25 minutes. Combine flour and cold water to form a paste and add to stew. Stir until slightly thickened.
Cover rabbit with cool water ... to a boil and add rabbit pieces, parsley, and salt. Thicken with flour and water paste and cook 15 minutes. Serves 3-4.
Dice bacon, fry ... another skillet brown rabbit in remaining butter. ... Belgium Trappist Beer). Serve with warm or cold applesauce or with warm prunes.
Place rabbit in deep bowl. ... and simmer 1-1 1/2 hours until rabbit is tender. Check liquid level occasionally, adding water if mixture thickens too much.
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