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Recipe For Hare Haunch?

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by peasemold, Jan 13, 2021 at 9:57 PM.

  1. peasemold

    peasemold Busy Member

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    Evening all.
    I've been given a haunch of hare. I've never cooked hare, and a search of the 'net gives me recipes of incredible complexity or recipes for hare loin.
    Does anyone have a simple recipe for making this raw megabunny into something edible and tasty?
    TIA, Steve
     
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    A lot of the recipes for hare boost its natural richness and in my experience make it more sickly, like putting black chocolate in hare's blood gravy.
    Seal the joint in a frying pan with a tablespoon of oil, dripping, or butter. Then put it in a covered pot with diced carrot, swede and chopped shallots. Cover with water or stock from the ribs, whatever, or beef stock. OXO will do. You can add red wine and herbs--I don't bother. Salt and pepper.
    Cook it at 170C for two hours, topping up liquid if it threatens to dry up.
    Strain the juice and thicken to gravy. Dish up with mash or new potatoes and some cabbage.
    It can be dry and stringy, but if the hare is not ancient it can be delicious--and very filling. :D
     
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    Put in a pot with 1 pint of chicken stock, carrot, celery, onion, sage and a bayleaf. Add a rock. Boil until rock is soft. Throw away Hare and eat rock.
     
  4. peasemold

    peasemold Busy Member

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    Thanks to both for replying, and thanks particularly to Mortimer for being helpful.
     
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    EliteClarity Official Cockwomble. Has a GIF for every occasion

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    To be fair, his might be more what you're looking for :shrug:
     
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    Now I know why your a cock womble:up:
     
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    Close. I'm the one that does the dishing out. But yes, I'll be anything you want me to be.
     
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    Butterfly said haunch, stuff w/ mango slices& a pepper( jalapeno or green Chile), sprinkle w/ spice rub... Brown quickly in hot fat, add some stock,cover, reduce heat & simmer ' till just tender
     
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    Mango with hare? Not in my lifetime...Foreign muck, Chris, don't be doing it. :D
     
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    As suggested by Mortimer - casserole it. Hares work hard, so they're tasty but tough.
     
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    Thanks, all, looks like a stew/casserole is the way it's going! :)
     

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