Rabbit huntress recipe


Rabbit is one of those meats that I love. And it is also very very good for health since its fat content is very low. For these two reasons, today I dare with this rabbit huntress recipe. Besides, it is already good with as much salad as I have put you, that sometime you have to eat something more forceful, right?

The hunting sauce that accompanies it, is a sauce of French origin (chasseur) that originally incorporated mushrooms, onion and a little butter. In this version we have added tomato, carrot and lardons. I hope you like it.

Ingredients for 2 people

1/2 rabbit, chopped, 1 onion, 2 cloves of garlic, 1 tomato, 2 carrots, 200 grams of mushrooms, lardones (diced bacon), salt and pepper, sweet paprika, 1 glass of white wine or brandy, olive oil olive.

How to make rabbit to the hunter

First we prepare, put the garlic, pepper and salt in a mortar and mash it. We add to a bowl together with the rabbit to marinate it. We let it rest covered for a few hours (better until the next day).

In a frying pan we put the olive oil and fry the rabbit until golden brown and set aside. While in a saucepan, we put a couple of tablespoons of oil and we brown the other ingredients over medium heat. In this order we add the chopped onion, the carrot in large pieces, the lardons and the mushrooms cut into quarters or rolled. We add the sweet paprika and the grated tomato. And we let reduce a few minutes.

Next we add the rabbit and cover everything with the white wine or brandy. If we do not cover the whole with the glass of wine, we also add a glass of water. Rectify the salt, cover and leave over medium heat for about 20 minutes, until the rabbit is soft.

Preparation time | 45 minutes (not counting the wait for the meat marinade)
Difficulty | easy


You can taste the rabbit hunter recipe with some fried potatoes in olive oil or a salad and you will have a more than complete dish. Be careful with putting a lot of bread on the table because with this sauce I assure you that they make you want to “soup” enormously and yes, the rabbit is healthy and does not make you fat but I have not read anywhere that says the same about bread. "Anyway" the important thing is that you enjoy with or without bread.

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