Braised Rabbit With Prunes

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Ingredients


  • Rabbit, 3 1/2, Lb Cut Into Six To Eight Serving Parts
  • Salt, 1, Tsp
  • Olive Oil, 2, Tbsp
  • Butter, 1, Tbsp
  • Shallots, 4, Large Sliced
  • Garlic, 1, Clove Minced
  • White Wine, 1, Cup Dry
  • Ground Black Pepper, 1, To Taste
  • Prunes, 7, Oz Pitted
  • Thyme, 1, Several Sprigs
  • Bay Leaf, 1, Whole
  • Rabbit Liver, 1, Lb
  • Vinegar, 1, Tbsp

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Non Vegetarian

Origin : Not Specified

Diet : A BloodType

Cooking Time

  • 01 Hr 15 Min

Preparation Time

  • 10 Min

(3.9/5)

Properties


Low carb No protein No pork No chicken No grains High fat Whole grains Complex carbs High sodium No sugar

Methods


  1. 1 Heat 3 Tbsp Olive Oil In A Large Thick-Bottomed Dutch Oven (I Used A 5 Quart) On Medium-High Heat. Add A Tablespoon Of Butter. Pat Dry The Rabbit Pieces, Sprinkle All Over With Salt, And Working In Batches, Brown On All Sides In The Pan. 2 Remove The Rabbit Pieces From The Pan. Add The Sliced Shallots, Reduce The Heat To Medium, And Cook For 2 Minutes. Add The Minced Garlic Clove And Cook For 30 Seconds More. Add The White Wine And Increase The Heat To High. Use A Wooden Spoon To Scrape Up The Browned Bits From The Bottom Of The Pan. Let The Wine Boil, Until Reduced By At Least A Half. 3 Lower The Heat To Low (You May Want To Move The Pot To The Smallest Burner On Your Stove). Arrange The Rabbit Pieces, Prunes, Thyme, And Bay Leaf In The Pan. Sprinkle With Black Pepper To Taste. Cover Tightly And Let Cook For 45 Minutes. (Cooking Time Assumes You Are Starting With A Rabbit That Has Been Brought To Near Room Temp Before Cooking. If You Are Using A Rabbit Straight From The Fridge, It May Take A Few More Minutes To Cook Through. Also, If You Keep Lifting Up The Lid To Check On The Rabbit, It Will Increase The Needed Cooking Time.) 4 After The Rabbit Is Cooked Through, If You Want, You Can Intensify The Flavor Of The Sauce Using The Rabbit'S Liver. The Liver Should Have Been Included With The Rabbit From Your Butcher, Just Like Whole Chickens Come With The Giblets. (Don'T Worry, The Liver Won'T Make Your Dish Taste Like Liver. You Can Even Try Just A Little Amount To Taste To Make Sure. The Liver Acts As A "Liaison", Thickening The Sauce And Making It Richer.) Pure The Rabbit Liver With 1 Tbsp Of Vinegar (I Used Wine Vinegar, But Cider Or White Vinegar Will Do). Remove The Rabbit Pieces, Prunes, Thyme Sprigs, And Bay Leaf From The Pot (Discard Thyme And Bay Leaves) To A Serving Dish. Whisk The Pured Liver Vinegar Mixture Into The Sauce In The Pot And Cook For Another 10 Minutes. (If The Sauce Is Still Too Thin, You Can Thicken Further With Corn Starch Or Flour.) Then Drizzle The Sauce Over And Around The Rabbit And Prunes. Great Served Over Egg Noodles.

Ingredients


  • Rabbit, 3 1/2, Lb Cut Into Six To Eight Serving Parts
  • Salt, 1, Tsp
  • Olive Oil, 2, Tbsp
  • Butter, 1, Tbsp
  • Shallots, 4, Large Sliced
  • Garlic, 1, Clove Minced
  • White Wine, 1, Cup Dry
  • Ground Black Pepper, 1, To Taste
  • Prunes, 7, Oz Pitted
  • Thyme, 1, Several Sprigs
  • Bay Leaf, 1, Whole
  • Rabbit Liver, 1, Lb
  • Vinegar, 1, Tbsp

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