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Top Rated Rabbit Recipes

Rabbit's Dilemma Cocktail
This autumnal offering from New York City hidden gem, Vault at Pfaff's, features cinnamon-infused vodka, rye, fresh carrot juice, and butternut squash simple syrup.
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rabbit recipe
This original recipe by Francesca Montillo, owner of Lazy Italian Culinary Adventures, once appeared in a magazine called Italian Cooking & Living a number of years back.“I am not a nutritionist,” she says, “but can tell you that it is high in protein, it has[a low] amount of fat and calories when compared to other meats, and it is lower in cholesterol than other meats.”
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rabbit and dumplings
“Most Americans don’t realize that a pound of rabbit meat only has about 800 calories. Additionally, it contains less fat and only about half of the cholesterol of some more commonly used proteins like chicken and pork. Rabbits are one of the most productive domestic livestock animals available. Given the same amount of feed and water, a rabbit can produce roughly six pounds of meat whereas a cow will only produce one pound.” – Chef Anthony Gray of Bacon Bros. Public House in Greenville
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rabbit stew
"Eating rabbit is nice because it's so lean just like chicken. Using duck fat has better health qualities than does chicken fat. Plus the taste duck fat is marvelous!" – Chef Steve Zanini of Faire Steak and Seafood in Raleigh, NC
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ground rabbit stew
“Ground rabbit is delicious, but not always easy to find. Have your butcher order a rabbit and grind it for you for this recipe. Rabbit is low fat and I prefer using it ground, as it does not dry out.” – Melanie Underwood, Chef Instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC
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rabbit stew
This Spring Rabbit Guinness Stew is a great, comforting meal to enjoy on a cool spring evening.This recipe is provided by Steve Lindner of ZoneManhattan.com.
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rabbit prosciutto
The crisped prosciutto wrapper gives this dish big pork flavor while protecting the rabbit meat so it stays tender and juicy. The sweet prunes and savory ramps or pesto on the inside are a delightful surprise.If you’re planning on using rabbit legs in a stew, braise, etc., you can start the meal with this delicious appetizer made from the leftover loins.Drink Pairing: Viognier WineThis recipe is provided courtesy of Marx Foods.
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lapin au vin
This rustic rabbit stew is prepared in the style of that famous French classic, coq au vin. The braised vegetables become incredibly rich during the cooking process thanks to the bacon, bacon fat, rabbit juices, and wine. In an unusual twist, the rabbit meat actually lightens the rich vegetables, rather than the other way around.Wine Pairings: Aged Alsatian Reisling, Pinot Gris, or Hunter Valley Semillon from AustraliaThis recipe is provided courtesy of Marx Foods.
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rabbit
“Rabbit is the ‘chicken of the field’ and one of my favorite white meats to prepare. They are one of the healthiest game meats around.” – Chef Nick Melvin of Venkman’s in Atlanta
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White Rabbit Cocktail
A grown-up twist on every kid’s favorite milkshake, this is a fun and fancy Easter cocktail.This recipe is courtesy of Amaro Lucano.
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Coriander Seeds
An easy stew that uses protein-filled, lean rabbit meat and aromatic coriander to make a wonderful and tasty dinner. Chef Jonathan VanSleet serves this dish at MexiQ Kitchen and Draught in Astoria, New York. — Yasmin Fahr Click here to see Rabbit, the Sustainable Meat Choice story. 
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Welsh rabbit prepared in this way makes a good breakfast dish (some crisp bacon laid across the cheese wouldn't be amiss), or a good light lunch accompanied by a simple green salad.
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