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    i have a new slow cooker and i want to cook rabbit

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    hi all as the title says do you guys have any good slow cooker rabbit recipes im keen do try it out on the weekend . most butchers here sell rabbit altho you cant keep them here in queensland as pets

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    Try this recipe
    The flour added at the end is used as a thickener and can be eliminated from your recipe (although I'd have made a roux rather than just mixing it with water - yuck). If you need to thicken the sauce cook it down a bit longer.
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    One I make from time to time involves:
    quarter the rabbit and sear
    Sear onions
    deglaze pan with 75ml red wine.

    Into the slow cooker throw in the rabbit, 2 sticks cinnamon, 3 bay leaves, the onions, 1 cracked bulb of garlic, carrots, celery, rosemary, 100ml red wine, and enough chicken broth to top it up so the liquid is about 1.5cm over the rabbit. Put the cooker on slow heat for however long you want to cook it. (looking for a nice pulled pork like texture.

    Pick meat from half the rabbit put into you food processor with some of the vegetables, and then blend it up while adding 50-100ml of cream. Once out, mont with butter, Serve as a sauce over *something* (I used to do this for papardelle), and then serve the other half of the rabbit on top of the sauce.
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    thanks for the replies i will try both of them this weekend my mouth is watering all ready

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    @davem Oh, wow, that sounds so amazing! I've got rabbits running all around my garden lately. See this photo. Your recipe makes me want to set a little trap in spite of the cuteness. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleo Spirit View Post
    @davem Oh, wow, that sounds so amazing! I've got rabbits running all around my garden lately. See this photo. Your recipe makes me want to set a little trap in spite of the cuteness. :-)
    I've got a boar hunt near cooperstown next month, I'll have a license, I can bring my .22 and rabbit stew...
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    the rabbit fresh frozen

    the start of cooking

    the wine i used and will drink a glass with th rabbit

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