Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Honest Kitchen: Rabbit

Honest Kitchen: Honest, whole food cooked from scratch. Simple, delicious and sometimes from the wild side. Robin and Erin often prepare wild game, mushrooms, berries and other foods they harvest, grow or buy locally. Regardless - come cook with us. Copy this paragraph (please leave the links) into your blog and leave your link in comments each Wednesday so everyone can visit.

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The best thing about doing Honest Kitchen is the chance to try new things and new foods.  I was at the farmers market a couple of weeks ago and decided to get a rabbit from Tessiers Farm.

As you know, my go to is the crockpot.  It is easy and involves minimum clean up, so I decided to throw the rabbit in there and see what happens.

Ingredients:
* 1 rabbit, cleaned
* Potatoes cut into chuncks
* 3 garlic cloves
* 1 small onion
* Wild Cheff Mediterranean Spice blend

Here are the easy steps via photos:




I added about a cup of water to help with cooking.


Cook on low for 6-8 hours.  Rabbit is a lot like chicken so it can get dried out.


YUM!!!  I had never had rabbit before and was surprised to find that it tasted and looked just like chicken.  I was also surprised by the amount of meat on the animal. There was enough for us plus enough for me to make a soup or use it for sandwiches for the rest of the week.

I highly recommend you try this!

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