Awesome Recipe For Rabbit

Discussion in 'Bushcraft' started by Gopherman, Dec 6, 2013.


  1. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    Take a butchered rabbit a big or small as you want, Season it to your taste.
    Place it in a baking pan facing down,
    Cover it with tin foil, Turn oven to 225*, place rabbit in the oven for 3 hours,
    Remove and turn over on its back, recover, place back in the oven for an additional hour
    Its ready!!!!


    Take a Rabbit and debone it,
    WARNING!!!! THAT STUPID SONG IN THE VIDEO WILL STICK IN YOUR HEAD!!!
    This guys incredibly good at it, takes me 10 minutes
    Season the inside, stuff with Red, Yellow, Orange Sweet Peppers and Swiss Cheese
    Tuck the ends in and roll it until it resemble a pork roast, Wrap it in Bacon completely
    Preheat oven to 350* place rabbit in a covered pan and let cook for 90 minutes (60 min. if you don't stuff it).
    Remove lid and turn on broiler for about 5-10 minutes to crisp up some of the bacon
    The broth makes wonderful Gravy.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2013
  2. NotSoSneaky

    NotSoSneaky former supporter

    That's one big bunny ! [OO]
    The chef gots mad skillz with his knife too. [coo]

    Bacon wrapped bunny, mmmmmm.
     
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  3. Kingfish

    Kingfish Self Reliant

    Awesome boning job!!!!!!!!! I just learned another great tip on the Monkey which is still the very best survival site on the WEB!!!!!!!!
     
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  4. kellory

    kellory An unemployed Jester, is nobody's fool. Banned

    very nicely done. And I will try the recipe with my next rabbit.
     
  5. Dont

    Dont Just another old gray Jarhead Monkey Site Supporter

     
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  6. bakdrft

    bakdrft Monkey

    Low and Slow for Rabbits! My aunt from the UP makes it that way, She adds a bit of BBQ sauce,. FINGER licking GOOD
     
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  7. ditch witch

    ditch witch resident bacon hoarder Site Supporter+

    I'm taking the laptop outside now to show that video to my Cujo doe. Go ahead honey, bite me again.
    mwhuahahahahaha
     
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  8. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    I found a faster way to cook Rabbits and get very similar result as slow cooking.
    Place seasoned rabbit in a pressure cooker with 2 cups of water, put on high heat and let steam exhaust for 10 minutes, place the weight on and set timer for 35 minutes.
    If you want a stew just add a 3rd cup of water and all your veggies. I found the problem with that is the Rabbit literally falls apart and its hard to deal with the bones.
    We have 2 pressure cookers so I do them separately.
    When you pressure cook them as opposed to slow cooking them you use a lot less electricity.
    They taste slightly different but not enough to make a real difference.
    On the UP side you can have an entire meal in 1/2 an hour ready to go!
     
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2015
  9. -06

    -06 Monkey+++

    Mmmmm, sounds soooo good. Last gathering A lady skinned one out and prepared it. I deboned and cut it up into. Placed it into a 4 quart stew pot and lightly browned it in olive oil/seasonings. Added veggies and cooked slowly till veggies done. After seconds and thirds there was nothing left but a small bit of juice.
     
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  10. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    Every time I cook it, never ceases to a amaze me how much it smells like baked chicken.
    With the all meat prices going up through the roof, many more will eventually get tired of paying so much and turn to raising Rabbits.
    Its already happening, the demand is outweighing the supply.
    Rabbits cannot be raised commercially, like other meat sources because they require finesse or they die. As a result, small farms and breeders are required for this.
    I saw an article on Rabbit meat the other day, its selling for $7.99 a pound. That's a pretty good payoff considering it only costs about a $1 per Rabbit to raise them to 3-4 months.
     
  11. -06

    -06 Monkey+++

    Hard to beat rabbit. Easy to raise, will eat most anything organic, garden veggie scraps never go to waste, and the "poop" is fantastic fertilizer--not to mention a great worm bed.
     
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  12. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    Rabbit Fajita's
    This has become my favorite recipe recently!
    Place rabbit in a pressure cooker for 30 minutes, remove let cool and pull meat from the bone and chop.
    Cut up sweet peppers and onions into long thin pieces about three cups of each.
    3 cloves of garlic finely chopped I use a press.
    1-2 Large Jalapeno Peppers (Hot Hot Do YOU LIKE IT):D
    1 package of Taco mix
    add Salt if you wish
    3 tbl. favorite oil
    Simmer till cooked and roll it into a Tortilla, Sour Cream, Salsa...
     
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  13. Hanzo

    Hanzo Monkey+++


    You say bacon? Must be good!
     
  14. Ganado

    Ganado Monkey+++

    He made deboning that rabbit look easy!
     
  15. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    It's not that easy pulling the backbone out! I have done it 20-25 times his way and it never comes out that smoothly.It may be that the rabbits he was doing were frozen or refrigerated for a few days, mine are always right off the hoof.
    I have an easier way, I taped that as well. My Daughter timed me butchering the rabbits, I average out at a minute and a half.
    I usually do about 8 at a time, but I got lazy and skipped a batch so last time I had 20 to do, that was grueling!
     
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2015
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  16. Dont

    Dont Just another old gray Jarhead Monkey Site Supporter

    I had two rabbits given to me from a coworker. Will have to pull them from the freezer at work and try out this recipe.
     
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  17. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    I put these on Rabbit Update Video but I'll put them here as well

     
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  18. JohnSteven

    JohnSteven CHUNKY MUNKY

    you know .... ?
    -
    I've NEVER had Rabbit?
    not once,
    in my entire life. ...
     
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  19. BTPost

    BTPost Old Fart Snow Monkey Moderator

    It is just like "chicken" when prepared with "Helper".... Hamburger, Mooseburger, Chickenburger, they all go better with "Helper"....
     
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  20. Gopherman

    Gopherman Sometimes I Wish I Could Go Back to Sleep Site Supporter++

    Rabbit Jerky
    1 cup Soy
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    2 ounces finely chopped Ginger Root
    1 Tbls Crushed Rd Pepper
    2 heaping tbls minced Garlic
    2 tbls Sesame oil
    Heat until sugar is dissolved.
    De-bone 2 Rabbits. Cut into small pieces and soak in sauce for 4 hours.Place on tray and place in the oven at 180* for 8-9 hours. Done
    This Teriyaki Recipe also works with any kind of meat and is great for stir fry as well, although you might want to scale the quantities down.
     
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