Cooking a rabbit

We ate our own rabbit

Last spring we got a few rabbits and raised them until fall. When they were nicely grown we had some one butcher them for us, so we can eat them. Our children hat not eaten rabbit before and where keen on trying.

The rabbits where butchered very nicely. All I had to do is give them a rinse. One rabbit we made right after we got them back and the rest went into the freezer for later.

After rinsing I dried the rabbit a bit and all I did for seasoning is put some garlic inside.

Our kids are always fascinated when I prepare a meal like this.

Since I do not have a big enough Dutch oven I had to put the rabbit in a roasting tube on the backing sheet. This functions very well.

Then this goes into the oven by about 180-200°C (350-390°F).

I had it in the oven for 3 hours, which appeared to be a bit long. But that was no problem at all. The bits that where a bit hard we gave to our dogs. They loved it.

Our kids loved the rabbit meat and hardly touched the side dish I had made. We definitely need more rabbits coming spring, so we can eat rabbit more often next year.

Author: beautifulchaosorg

Hello, we are Sebastiaan & Carolien, parents of 3, with 5 dogs and 4 cats. We love our kids, animals, gardening, nature and wood working. Thanks for following along. And we would like to take you along on our beautiful chaotic journey which is called our life.

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