This is a delectable stew where rabbit is brushed with mustard and baked with white wine and orange juice.
Venison is browned with onions and garlic and combined with Worcestershire sauce, thyme and bay leaf in this hearty stew.
A rich thick - and easy - kangaroo stew using a supermarket casserole mix. Beef may be substituted for the roo but the gamey flavour of kangaroo makes for a nicer dish.
A lovely tender diced venison stew cooked in slow cooker. Great winter warmer. make time to marinate this overnight before you start to cook it - it's worth it!
Stewing is the best way to cook rabbit. This recipe provides lots of great vegetables to go with in it and a long slow cooking time to create a rich stew requiring lots of bread to mop up the sauce.
This is a hearty stew using venison as the base meat. There are plenty of flavours in the rich sauce including bacon, thyme, red wine and cranberries.
You can substitute any meat you like in this spicy stew, but the traditional is rabbit. Serve with rice and a salad. Enjoy!
If you are lucky enough to find fresh venison it's divine in this slow cooker recipe with red wine and spices.
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.
This venison stew is simple and wonderful served over wild rice. You can also use fresh rather than tinned ingredients if you have them.
Since rabbit meat has a tendency to be dry, it is best cooked with a creamy sauce as in this coconut cream stew. Absolutely delicious! Serve with white rice.
I had always wanted to try venison and then came across this recipe that worked out great. I hope you like it too.
This is an absolutely wonderful stew, well worth making when you can get rabbit. The perfect thing for a gourmet dinner party.
This is an incredible stew that is so filling! Fills 6 hungry tummy with ease. Use about 28cm deep oven safe pot/dish for this one.