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Stuffed Rabbit

Cooked Stuffed Rabbit

Stuffed rabbit baked in a sour cream sauce that gives the meat a tender and creamy flavor is perfect. This recipe for cooking rabbit in the oven is good because together with the meat is baked and the side dish, the abundance of vegetables makes this dish sweet and insanely delicious, and also some kind of "summer".

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Garlic, Vegetable Oil, Seasoning, Liver, Sour Cream, Buckwheat, Carrots, Tender, Water, Creamy, Meat Dish, Vegetable, Cabbage, White Cabbage, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Rabbit Liver, Hare

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Rabbit in cream with mushrooms

Cooked rabbit with mushrooms and sour cream

Time to cook: 120 minutes

Total Servings: 7

I don't even know how to describe the taste of this dish. Guests said I could swallow my tongue. Really turned out tender meat with a rich flavor. I want to tell you right away that it's calorie-dense. But it was a dish that my guests enjoyed. I was very pleased to hear them say "Mmmm, how delicious!" and to see how they, with evident pleasure, forgetting about decency, licked their fingers.

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Salt, Black Pepper, Lemon, Butter, Onions, Sour Cream, Rosemary, Meat Dish, Smooth, Mushroom, Champignons, Rich, Sour Creamy, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Hare

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Honey rabbit with apples and red onions

Cooked Honey Bunny with Apples and Red Onion

Time to cook: 120 minutes

Total Servings: 4

Outstanding dish for a romantic or cozy family dinner. Aromatic honey-mustard rabbit with caramelized onions, apples and prunes. Help yourself!

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Sweet Paprika, Yummy, Balsamic, Butter, Red onion, Olive Oil, Honey, Mustard, Apple, Water, Rosemary, Meat Dish, White Wine Dry, Prune, Cane Sugar, Hot Dish, Hot Red Hot Pepper, Hare, Hot Dish Rabbit

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Rabbit in mustard sauce

Cooked rabbit in mustard sauce

Many people know that mustard has a special taste in France. Already in the Middle Ages Dijon was famous for its mustard. Pope John XXII, who created the Mustard Society, King Louis XIII and Alexandre Dumas were mustard fanciers. So it's not surprising that mustard is added to many French dishes and gives them an absolutely unique taste. One of those dishes is rabbit in mustard sauce. Help yourself, maybe you too will like this not quite exquisite, but very tasty meat.

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Dry White Wine, Garlic, Spicy, White Onion, Sour Cream, Mustard, Broth, Rosemary, Meat Dish, Carrot, Corn Starch, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Hare

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A Confession of Love

Cooked declaration of love

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Spring, a beautiful time of year. I was happy just because my lover had agreed to cook this dish for me. It was a sight to behold for hours... But he made it so much faster... The dish turned out to be uncommonly delicious, juicy and fragrant, but it could not be otherwise - he added the most essential ingredient - his love!!!!! For the contest "Spring in your heart"

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Hard Cheese, Yummy, Onions, Sour Cream, Sweet Peppers, Carrots, Meat Dish, Puff Pastry, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Hare Dish

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Rabbit in oven with side dish rice

Cooked Rabbit in the Oven with Rice Garnish

Time to cook: 90 minutes

Total Servings: 10

Our daddy brought a wonderful rabbit from the market. It made our family's Sunday supper! You always want to have a nice family dinner and it's healthy as well! The rabbit with Provencal herbs and chaber turned out very fragrant and tender! And the rice Aquatica mix from "Mistral" perfectly complemented and embellished it. Here we go?!

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Spicy, Onions, Spices, Rice, Sunflower Oil, Carrots, Tender, Bay Leaf, Meaty, Meat Dish, Chaber, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Hare

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Braised rabbit Hasenfeffer

Cooked braised rabbit Hasenfeffer

Time to cook: 100 minutes

Total Servings: 4

Rabbit stew recipe from the 14th century. Still Braising Rabbit in Sour Cream? Then I'm coming to YOU)) Coming to you with a very interesting German recipe that goes all the way back to the early Renaissance. Imagine that... The recipe has been around for over 700 years, and it's still a favorite around the world! Once upon a time, back in the 14th century, in Westphalia, brave German hunters would bring home a hare and their lovely Frau would stew the game meat for them using exactly this recipe. How many years have passed since then, but the lovely modern Frau still braise their beloved husbands rabbit, using this age-old traditional recipe, which turns out the meat very tender and fragrant. This time, cooking rabbit according to such an ancient recipe, I felt myself in an unusually good mood. I imagined knightly tournaments, beautiful ladies in beautiful ball gowns and valiant knights in armor, saddling the fierce black stallion. That's such a vivid imagination gripped me, because it seemed to me that I touch a kind of ancient, fragile secrets))). Accordingly, I put all my heart and soul into the dish. The result pleased me immensely, it was very delicious! If you happen to cook rabbit, do not miss this wonderful recipe. There are many variations on the Hasenpfeffer. I offer you the most traditional one...

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Ingredients and taste: Lard, Meat, Black Pepper, Garlic, Onion, Spicy, Flour, Vinegar, Rosemary, Meat Dish, Jam, Carrot, Laurel Leaf, Hot Dish, Semidry Wine, Hare, Hot Dish of Rabbit

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Rabbit legs in beer with vegetables

Cooked rabbit legs in beer and vegetables

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Total Servings: 2

Friends, I suggest you take a little break from the contest and go on a trip to the Czech Republic. I promise you beautiful views, great weather, good mood and a recipe for delicious rabbit legs - juicy, tender and so tempting!

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Ingredients and taste: Garlic, Beer, Juicy, Carrots, Rosemary, Meat Dish, Vegetable, Cauliflower, Light Beer, Parmesan, White Onions, Celery, Tomatoes in Own Juice, Hot Dish, Hare, Hot Dish of Rabbit

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Rabbit in wine with tomatoes and rosemary

Cooked rabbit in wine with tomatoes and rosemary

Recipe from a cooking show "Ed at Home" with Julia Vysotskaya. I really like the way she cooks. Quick, incredibly tasty and affordable. Tender, diet rabbit meat with tomatoes and garlic, stewed in dry white wine. Delicious, flavorful, delicious.

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Tasty, Flavorful, Tender, Rosemary, Meaty, Meat Dish, White Wine Dry, Hot Dish, Hare, Hot Dish Rabbit

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Orange Rabbit with Pumpkin

Cooked orange rabbit with pumpkin

Time to cook: 120 minutes

I bought some rabbit feet the other day. I was looking for a way to cook them and I came across this recipe on the Internet. There was a piece of pumpkin in the fridge. Anyway, everything came together! And what a delicious rabbit it turned out! I personally was absolutely delighted. So I share it with you!

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Orange, Spicy, Thyme, Meat Dish, Pumpkin, White Wine Dry, Buttered Oil, Hot Dish, Hare, Hot Dish Rabbit

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Rabbit curry stew with mushrooms

Cooked rabbit curry stew with mushrooms

I know a lot of people don't like rabbit meat, my mother-in-law, for example, couldn't stand it. She was squeamish. And in vain! The meat is dietary, very healthy and very tasty. In contrast to the chicken breast, which, needless to say, is rather dry, the rabbit meat is juicy and tender. Come and see for yourself.

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Salt, Black Pepper, Spicy, Greens, Walnuts, Onions, Sour Cream, Water, Creamy, Meat Dish, Green, Mushroom, Champignons, Curry, Hot Dish, Hare, Hot Dish Rabbit

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Spring Mood Rabbit

Cooked rabbit

Time to cook: 50 minutes

Total Servings: 9

Dear cooks, I bring to your attention a dish that my brother made for the women of our family for March 8. And so it was unusual for me that this time in the preparation of the dish I participated only as a photographer. For the contest: "Spring in my heart".

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Spicy, Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Hard Cheese, Mayonnaise, Onions, Mushrooms, Meat Dish, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Hare

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Paella with rabbit and bacon

Cooked paella with rabbit and bacon

Paella is not just a delicious meal, it is a gastronomic symbol of the national Spanish cuisine! To eat authentic Spanish paella is to enjoy a flavour that is second to none. And cooking paella is to understand the art of cooking. The name paella is derived from the Latin word "patella", which means "pan". Today I'm going to tell you how to make paella with bacon and rabbit.

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Onion, Sweet Paprika, Rice, Bay Leaf, Meat Dish, Bulgarian pepper, Tomato Paste, Bacon, Saffron, Semi-Sweet White Wine, Hot Dish, Rabbit, Hare, Hot Dish Rabbit

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