Rabbit Recipes

I'll be the first to tell you I am not a cook or anywhere close to fixing anything fit for human consumption. I could screw up a peanut butter sandwich but I have had this idea to get some recipes from some of you who do know how to cook & share them on this website so that others may see some varieties of ways to cook rabbit. If you have a recipe that you'd like to share send me an email & I'll be glad to post it on here as well. Thanks to those of you who have shared the following recipes.

"Lawd Have Mercy On This Rabbit"

Take a rabbit or rabbits, 1 onion, 1 bell pepper, season with your favorite spices (I use accent & lemon pepper), 1 tablespoon of vinegar, 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, & add little water (optional).

Put it all in a slow cooker (crockpot) & cook for 3 hours or until it pleases you. Cook 2 cups of rice & add about an hour before it's done cooking. Serve with home made biscuits. Make sure your mother isn't around you when you try this. You don't want to slap momma. Lol Enjoy!


Patrick "The Rabbi" Whitfield

Tupelo, MS

"Sunday Morning Best"

For best results, boil rabbit for about an hour or till it's almost done but not quite done. Season & batter then fry it till it's golden brown. Remove it from the skillet & pour most of the grease out then add a half of a cup of flour, cut up an onion, & add a half of a cup of water. Put the rabbit back in the skillet & let it simmer in the gravy until the meat falls off of the bone. Even a person with no teeth can feast on this meal.

***Rabbi says it's guaranteed to taste better if you invite him over & he'll even say a prayer over the rabbit for you.

Patrick Whitfield

Tupelo, MS

"Best Rabbit This Side Of Heaven"

Use an electric skillet & heat pan to 180 degrees with oil in it. Cut the rabbit into 5 pieces (front legs, back legs, & back). Dredge meat in flour, put in pan, cover, & cook for two hours, then turn pieces over, cover, & cook for two more hours. Then take the lid off & turn heat up and brown to suit. 

****Cut the time down to 3 hours (1 & 1/2 hours per side) for tame rabbits.

Jim Bugg

Princeton, KY


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