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    Fried rabbit.


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    Post  Admin on Wed Apr 15, 2009 11:30 pm

    Fried rabbit

    Serves 4
    Preparation time 1-2 hours
    Cooking time 30 mins to 1 hour


    1 rabbit
    1 egg, beaten
    fine bread crumbs, seasoned with salt and pepper
    lemon rind
    rabbit liver
    2 tbsp cream


    After the rabbit had been emptied, thoroughly washed and soaked, should it require it to remove any mustiness of smell, blanch it, that is to say, put it into boiling water and let it boil from five to seven minutes; drain it, and when cold or neraly so, cut it into joints, dip them into beaten egg, and then into fine bread-crumbs, seasoned with salt and pepper, and when all are ready, fry them in butter over a moderate fire, from twelve to fifteen minutes. Simmer two or three strips of lemon-rind in alittle gravy until it is well flavoured with it; boil the liver of the rabbit for five minutes, let it cool, and thenm mince it; thicken the gravy with a nounce of butter and a small teaspoonful of flour, add the liver, give the sauce a minute's boil, stir in two tablespoonful of cream if at hand, and last of all, a small quantity of lemon-juice. Dish the rabbit, pour the sauce under it, and serve it quickly. If preferred, a garvy can be made in the pan as for veal cutlets, and the rabbit may be simply fried.

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