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Rabbit curry

Discussion in 'Shoot it, eat it, Recipe forum' started by Antilagman, May 3, 2012.

  1. Antilagman

    Antilagman Engaging Member

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    Managed to get 2 wabbits the other night and got them prepared and cleaned in to the fridge and came home the following night to a lovely curry made by the wife :)

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    looks good mate will try it myself atb
     
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    I use a few more ingredients in my curries than just curry powder....
    Learn how to make a proper curry it'll taste so much better...
     
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    wats your recipe barce ill try it
     
  5. DaveC_24

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    Not tried a rabbit curry yet, but as a hobby I do curries (usually with chicken) for dinner parties and stuff so I guess you could just substitute rabbit in place of the chicken! I've got a few of the recipes written down in a text document, but it'd be a true mamoth post. If you guys would like me to share them then I'll post them up but I don't want to spam you all if you're not interested!
     
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    well you would
     
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    Rabbit curry, theres a tempting thought.....
     
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    Got a few tonight and this was what I was planning, does it hide the taste of rabbit as my wife said she'll give it a go if it does? She doesn't really enjoy it when its slow cooked in a stew
     
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    thai green rabbit is amazing!
     
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    40 years ago me and a mate used to cook rabbit curries and then take it in hot food flasks the next time we went hunting....lovely grub.
     
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    Must say I'm really envious that you have rabbits to shoot!
    Haven't seen hide nor hair of them for weeks. Usually manage at least one squizzer per outing though and they make a great curry.
    Crushed cardamom seeds compliment the squirrelly flavour beautifully and I usually go for medium heat - tikka masala works well.

    Just hoping the rabbits come back soon...
     
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    Here's a curry i concocted that i used to make with wabbit whenever i got a few.Its my take on a Thai dish and it'll blow your socks off.
    View attachment COWPAT KAPOW.pdf
     
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    Soak your rabbits overnight in brine with a bit of red wine vinegar - that will take some of the gaminess away and make them taste better for SWMBO.
    Rabbit curry - I'm having some tonight. Pataks curry paste is the way that I go. Chop an onion finely, sweat it in a wok for ten minutes, add a good dollop of curry paste and mix, add the diced rabbit and mix, cook for a few minutes and then add some passata (sieved tomato) and slow cook for another hour or so. Lovely!
    Bunny burgers is the other favourite - the kids and I had several last night and the curry tonight is using up the last of two rabbits.
     
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    rabbit curry sounds worth a try!!

    cold rabbit sandwiches didnt go down too well this evening,lol
     
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    lol
     
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    looks nice will try that
     

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