Here I have suggested grilling rabbit but any other method of cooking it is suitable.
Rich flavours make this robust country soup a firm favourite. Rabbit was once ‘poor man's meat’ but is now farmed and prized for its distinctive taste.
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.
Sticking to a budget means looking at cheaper cuts of meat. Goat or Kid works great in a curry and is very reasonable buy a the butcher. (under $5 per Kilo) This recipe will fill your home will aromatic spice. I hope you enjoy.
The slight gaminess of the quail is accentuated by the addition of prosciutto and sage leaves, and further enhanced by the garlic and red wine sauce.
Sliced ham served with an amazing sauce. Be sure not to overcook the ham. Enjoy all the xmas kisses when your loved ones finish licking their lips :)
In Jamaican goat curry is a national dish. This is a good recipe you can try if you ever have some goat you want to cook.
Australian-style Cuisine with native Australian Herbs and Spices
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.
The best way to prepare rabbit is braised in good beer and chicken stock with plenty of herbs. A perfect hearty winter meal!
You can substitute domestic pig for wild boar but this feast won't be quite the same! Boar can be ordered online.
You can substitute any meat you like in this spicy stew, but the traditional is rabbit. Serve with rice and a salad. Enjoy!
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!
Venison and black beans simmered with onions and bacon in red wine and brown sugar. This also tastes great with any other type of game meat that you may have.
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.
This is an easy and very good recipe that my family loves, cooked with venison.
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.
This is my favorite winter curry, I take this to work almost every day and it's never let me down.
This is an absolutely wonderful stew, well worth making when you can get rabbit. The perfect thing for a gourmet dinner party.