Rabbit in Sour Cream Sauce.

Gorgeous dish, works well with any sides rice, potatoes, polenta, quinoa or couscous. Doesn’t take much time to prepare and simply delicious.

Ingredients:

Marinade:

Garlic-3 cloves finely grated.

Paprika-  1 tablespoon.

Salt- 1 tablespoon.

Olive oil – 2 tablespoons.
Rabbit-1 piece , cut in pieces.

Onions-2 cut in quarter rings.

Sour cream- 500ml.

Water-1 cup.

Herbs – dill, parsley, rosemary work well.

Oil for cooking.

Salt, pepper.

Directions:

Heat an oil in a pan.

Put a little salt and pepper on a rabbit pieces. Add it to a pan and cook till browned. Set aside.

To the same pan add a little oil and onions.


Cook till scorched in places. Add herbs stir for a minute, add sour cream, water ,stir, add your rabbit pieces.


At this stage cover , reduce the heat and cook till meat is tender. Should take around 30 minutes.

13 thoughts on “Rabbit in Sour Cream Sauce.

  1. Love, love, love rabbit – although it’s not easy to find where I live now. When we lived in Malta, rabbit dishes were in abundance… as were rabbit farms! ; o )

    1. Love rabbit so much xx, we also have an issue with them, i can normally get them only frozen and quite small in size, but still delicious 🙂 <3

  2. We have so many rabbits around here, but I’ve never thought of cooking any. Might have to break out my rifle and give this recipe a try!

  3. When our sons were younger they had show rabbits and meat rabbits. I love rabbit cooked just about any way possible! This reminds me of a recipe I used back then and has inspired me to get a rabbit and make your recipe.

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