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Quick Rabbit Recipes
Put the pieces of rabbit bacon large onion bouquet garni and water in the pressure cooker with the well washed head of the rabbit and seasoning. Put on the lid and bring to high 15 lb pressure. Cook for 12 minutes. Reduce pressure quickly. Remove the head
Rabbit And Onion Blanquette
GETTING READY 1 Arrange the ingredients. MAKING 2 In the base of cooker heat the butter or margarine. 3 Saute the onion carrots and parsnips until lightly browned. 4 Remove vegetables from the cooker and drain well. 5 In the hot butter or margarine brown the
Brown Rabbit Stew
GETTING READY 1 Arrange the ingredients. MAKING 1 In a cooker heat butter or margarine in . 2 With salt and pepper season the rabbit and fry until a light golden brown on all sides. 3 With a slotted spoon lift the chicken out of the cooker and drain off any
Country Style Rabbit
GETTING READY 1 Arrange the ingredients. MAKING 2 In the cooker heat the butter or margarine and saute the onion until begin to colour. 3 With a slotted spoon lift out the onion and drain well. 4 Mix flour and mustard powder and coat the rabbit pieces in it
Rabbit with Mustard Cream Sauce
Place margarine in 2 cup measure 4 cup measure . Microwave uncovered on high 550 watts until melted 20 to 45 sec 45 to 60 sec . Mix in flour salt and mustard. Gradually stir in milk. Microwave uncovered stirring every 30 sec until boiling 1 to 1 1 2 min 1 1 2
In saucepan stir cheese soup until smooth. Gradually blend in tomato soup and milk. Heat stirring now and then but do not boil. Place slices of ham and chicken on toast pour on sauce.
Quick Chicken-Ham Rabbit
Empty envelope of cheese sauce mix into small saucepan. Gradually stir in tomato juice. Heat just to boiling stirring constantly. Add Worcestershire sauce.
Quick Tomato-Cheese Rabbit
Heat and stir rabbit over low heat just till simmering. Add lobster and drained mushrooms. Heat through. Add sauterne and spoon over hot toast points.
Easy Lobster Rabbit
Pour hot Welsh Rabbit over well seasoned broiled ripe tomatoes on buttered toast.