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Rabbit Pie

Discussion in 'Recipes and Kitchen Tips' started by Keljen, Apr 16, 2015.

  1. Apr 16, 2015
    Keljen

    Keljen Just born

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    makes 6 pies
    2 Rabbits each 1500 to 1600 deboned and grinded
    1 big Onion
    4 cup mixed garden Vegetables ( basicly everything you like and whats and what you have )
    3cup milk
    2Egg
    and cheese whatever kind you have you wanna use.
    Well and Pie crust but everyone have a own Recipe for that.
    Fry the Rabbit meat in a Pan (i always have to use 2 ) til the liquid is gone and the meat begin to brown.
    Dice the Onion and add to the Meat. and fry them together til the onion is tender.
    (and thats the point I always switch to a big Pot)
    add the diced vegetables and let simmer for 5min.
    Fill in prepared Pie forms .Whisk the Egg's in the Milk and devide the milk in every Pie cover the filling with the Cheese and then with Crust.
    Bake for 30min at 180C ( 375 F) i usally freeze them in and my Kids bake them when they come from school for Supper.
     
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  2. Apr 16, 2015
    Hens and Roos

    Hens and Roos Herd Master

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    Sounds good- we usually bake rabbit with bacon slices and cut up apple & onion
     
  3. Apr 21, 2015
    Keljen

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    I never used Apples on Rabbit before,sounds interesting.