Easy Crock Pot/Dutch Oven Rabbit

I got this from Huntingblades.com. It is suggested for "older (read tougher) rabbits" but the one I used was not and it came out great. I had never eaten rabbit before and loved it. The meat is tender and it has a stronger taste than chicken. (I added spices to the recipe, because it seemed a bit blend to my taste. You can also add peas--fresh or frozen--half hour before ready.)

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2hrs
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directions

  • Place rabbit in bottom of crock-pot or Dutch oven, cover with potatoes, carrots and onion. Sprkinle with spices. Dump can of soup over top and cover.
  • Cook on LOW heat (crock-pot) for 4 hours or until rabbit is cooked. Cook for 2 hours in Dutch oven over a good bed of coals.
  • Serve with rice and a salad.
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"I got this from Huntingblades.com. It is suggested for "older (read tougher) rabbits" but the one I used was not and it came out great. I had never eaten rabbit before and loved it. The meat is tender and it has a stronger taste than chicken. (I added spices to the recipe, because it seemed a bit blend to my taste. You can also add peas--fresh or frozen--half hour before ready.)"
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  1. sheepdoc
    I had an old rabbit and this came out nice and tender. No tomatoes, a plus for DH. 1 approx 7 lb (before butchering) rabbit, 4 potatoes, 2 onions, about a pound of baby carrots - filled up the crock pot. Should have sliced the carrots. Took 10 hours on low.
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  2. granger786
    Nice and tender meat, overall good meal
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  3. EURrosa1
    I got this from Huntingblades.com. It is suggested for "older (read tougher) rabbits" but the one I used was not and it came out great. I had never eaten rabbit before and loved it. The meat is tender and it has a stronger taste than chicken. (I added spices to the recipe, because it seemed a bit blend to my taste. You can also add peas--fresh or frozen--half hour before ready.)
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