This is a delectable stew where rabbit is brushed with mustard and baked with white wine and orange juice.
Recipe by: Jose Miguel
Nice light summer fresh flavours to this rabbit dish. Suitable for a summer dish rather than the usual winter heavy rabbit dishes seen more commonly. Leftovers great to make steamed rabbit dumplings and rabbit soup.
Recipe by: mcadamia
A tasty venison stew, simmered in beef stock with onions, carrots and potatoes then it's mixed with some rich Guinness and baked into a tasty meat pie. YUM!
Recipe by: bruce
This casserole is best with black beluga lentils because they go really well with venison, but if black beluga lentils are not available French green lentils can be substituted.
Recipe by: HilaryM
This is a Spanish-style stew where chickpeas are simmered with rabbit to make a hearty one-pot meal. It would also work with chicken or pork if you prefer.
Recipe by: Elaine Russell
Cumquats are a small citrus fruit, like an orange, but the whole fruit is edible, adding a great tangy flavour to this easy stir-fry dish. Cumquats are believed to symbolise good fortune. If you prefer, you may omit them.
Recipe by: Zoë Harpham
Nice light summer fresh flavours to this rabbit dish. Suitable for a summer dish rather than the usual winter heavy rabbit dishes seen more commonly. There are only 2 of us so we use leftovers to make delicious steamed rabbit dumplings, rabbit soup or pie. I do it in the slow cooker so easy, tender and ready when you get home from work. If you find most rabbit dishes "too heavy" this is the dish for you! Could equally be done with chicken. This is suitable for low fat,low calorie, low GI, diabetic, low carb, gluten free, high protein, diary free and egg free diets.
Recipe by: mcadamia
Slow simmered hare pieces that are served in a gravy of its own juices, claret wine, stock and red current jam. A delicious way to enjoy hare.
Recipe by: Dotty1
This is my favorite winter curry, I take this to work almost every day and it's never let me down.
Recipe by: tpetrie
Venison mince in a cheesy tomato sauce, layered with cooked pasta, topped with more cheese then baked until golden brown. It is a great way to eat minced venison.
Recipe by: IronChefLaurie