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Rabbit Recipe

Anybody have any good rabbit recipes??

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I like to just dip it in some

I like to just dip it in some flower salt and pepper and then into a frying pan to brown it. Once it is brown then turn down the heat and slow simmer it for a hour or more. It usually comes out nice and tender and good.

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Years ago, when I lived in

Years ago, when I lived in Colorado, I went out hunting one time for rabbits. All I found out there was jacks so shot them and kept a few small one's thinking they were young. Cleaned them up and cut into front quarter's, hind quarter's and backs. Then was a bit worried how they would taste so put them in a baking pan and covered them with Aprocot jam and baked therm till I was sure they were cooked thru good. Surprisingly good! Love rabbit but not being much of a cook, got no special ways of cooking anything.

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Dust the rabbit meat

Dust the rabbit meat (cottontail) in Hungry Jack or Aunt Jemima pancake dry mix.  Pan fry in oil to golden brown.  Remove to a oven-safe baking pan.  Cover with one can of cream of chicken soup and one can of cream of mushroom soup.  Cover the pan with foil.  Bake at 350 for 2 hours.  If using jackrabbit then bake for 3 hours.  Enjoy!

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I recently got a great

I recently got a great recipie for fried pickle's that I would try with fish and rabbit.

1 cup    flour

1 cup    milk

1 tsp    baking powder

1 egg

1/2 tsp black pepper

Mix it all together and dip the rabbit piece's in it. Have bread crumbs on a plate and lay the rabbit on ity and coat the whole rabbit with bread crumbs. Deep fry in oil. Stuff is great on dill pickles! I think with something like fish, rabbit and game birds I'd add cayanne pepper rather than black pepper.

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Sounds Good!

Yes, that does sound good.  I've got some bass in the freezer that I will try that on this weekend.  Thanks!

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