Whole Rabbit – 1.5kg – Beautifully Prepared for you – Excellent Quality

£18.50

Whole Rabbit – Outstanding Quality – Great in Stew or Casserole

Slow Roasted Rabbit

Great for dinner, served with rice and homemade bread.

Coniglio alla stimpirata is a sweet and sour dish whose popularity reaches all corners of Sicily. Its distinctive flavour results from the combination of vinegar and fresh herbs, which, together, create an intense cocktail that is at once fresh and pleasantly pungent, and which is best enjoyed at room temperature. Rabbit is the most common meat to cook alla stimpirata –– from stemperare, which means to temper or to tone down. However, this same recipe works well with chicken or white fish, too. As for the vegetables, you can add or remove as you please. For example, courgettes can be added instead of peppers, while the potatoes could be left out to make the dish a tad lighter.

This Sicilian sweet and sour rabbit recipe (coniglio alla stimpirata in Italian) is enjoyed across the island, often served at room temperature when the weather’s particularly warm. The vinegar and sugar dressing adds an incredible amount of flavour to the rabbit – although you can swap this out for chicken or fish if you like.

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Whole Rabbit – Simply Delicious – Cook Slowly

Whole Rabbit – Outstanding Quality – Great in Stew or Casserole

Coniglio alla stimpirata is a sweet and sour dish whose popularity reaches all corners of Sicily. Its distinctive flavour results from the combination of vinegar and fresh herbs, which, together, create an intense cocktail that is at once fresh and pleasantly pungent, and which is best enjoyed at room temperature. Rabbit is the most common meat to cook alla stimpirata –– from stemperare, which means to temper or to tone down. However, this same recipe works well with chicken or white fish, too. As for the vegetables, you can add or remove as you please. For example, courgettes can be added instead of peppers, while the potatoes could be left out to make the dish a tad lighter.

This Sicilian sweet and sour rabbit recipe (coniglio alla stimpirata in Italian) is enjoyed across the island, often served at room temperature when the weather’s particularly warm. The vinegar and sugar dressing adds an incredible amount of flavour to the rabbit – although you can swap this out for chicken or fish if you like.

Whole Rabbit
Whole Rabbit

Great Recipes for Rabbit

Delicious and Easy Rabbit Recipes You Need to Try. 1. Pot Roasted Rabbit Recipes. This recipe contains mushrooms, bacon, and rabbit. Is your mouth watering yet? Because mine was from the get go. 2. Rabbit Stew with Red Wine. 3. Stuffed Rabbit Recipes. 4. Rabbit in Mustard Sauce. 5. Grilled and Marinated Rabbit.

What to make with Rabbit in Sardinia

Browse this collection of rabbit recipes for some fantastic inspiration from some of Italy’s finest chefs. Gaetano Trovato’s elegant rabbit recipe is paired with the classic Italian flavours of olives, capers, tomatoes and potatoes, while Andrea Sarri opts for for cheese, cream and mushrooms in a delicious filled pasta dish.

How long does it take to cook a Rabbit

Some rabbit is tender in an hour, but a tough old buck may take upwards of two. And if those bones bother you, just remove them. In fact, many of my favourite bunny recipes call for jointed pieces of rabbit to be cooked, then the meat stripped from the bones and returned to the pie, pâté, stew or sauce.

Best kind of Stew to make with Rabbit

Rabbit stew made with bacon, wine, garlic, shallots, other herbs and spices. This is an old recipe that comes from Brazil. My family loves when I cook this. Rabbit meat is very low in fat and can be dry-tasting, so it marries well with coconut cream.

 

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Weight 1.5 kg