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One rabbit, two meals!

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Post by GB on 23rd September 2011, 3:25 pm

I had one rabbit left - pet breed so not to large - and was wondering what to do with it. As I wanted to try fried rabbit and thought it would be a bit tough I jointed it up, put it in a pot with stock veggies (carrots, onions, celery), salt and garlic and simmered till nice and tender.

Then I took the meat from the stock, took the meat off of the rib/neck section to go into the "I am too tired to fry anything today soup!" and put the rest of the meat into the fridge. Into stock then went two cans chopped toms, one small can garden peas, one can green beans, some cooked brocoli I had left over and one can sweet corn.

All of the above simmered for about thirty min and was served with cornbread.

Yummy dribble

Then the next day I took the cooked meat, a bowl of milk, a plate of seasoned flour (salt, pepper, garlic, paprika and a dash of ginger) and a frying pan with about an inch and a half of hot oil. Dipped each piece of meat into milk, flour, milk again and then flour again and put into frying pan and fried till golden and crisp.

Set aside the crispy meat and poured off the hot oil and put a scant handful of the seasoned flour into the pan with the drippings, stirred it about and then poured the milk over it a bit at a time, stirring briskly all the time. Sometimes the dipping milk is enough and sometimes it takes more milk so its not too thick a gravy.

Served it all with mashed spuds and steamed carrots.

Hey PRESTO! One small rabbit into two dinners Wink

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