A Frying Rabbit Recipe: All You Need to Know

There are many frying rabbit recipes to choose from, but this one is the best. It’s easy and will not take you very long at all to make it. What do frying rabbits taste like? They taste like chicken! The frying process does not require any special treatment other than making sure the frying pan is hot enough before putting in your frying rabbits…

What Ingredients Do You Need?

frying rabbits (rabbit meat) 

  • salt, pepper, and garlic powder for seasoning
  • water to cover the frying rabbit parts in a pot with about one inch of water. You want all your ingredients to be covered at least an inch or two underwater so they don’t burn when frying them (this will ensure good results)
  • pan or pot can be fitted with a screen for frying your rabbits (a frying basket works best). 
  • ½ cup of vegetable oil 
  • flour in a shallow bowl to coat the fried rabbit parts in. 

What is the Best Way to Cook them?       

Put water, salt, pepper, and garlic powder in a pot with about one inch of water. 

Turn the frying pan on to heat up before you even put your frying rabbits into it. It should be just under medium-high when frying your frying rabbits (if you can see wisps of smoke coming off the frying rabbit parts that are hot enough)

When frying your frying rabbits, make sure you cover them with a screen or frying basket and put enough vegetable oil to coat the frying rabbit parts. 

Put vegetables of your choice in the pan first then put on top of that your frying rabbits (if you want some onions for example). This will ensure they cook through all at once and frying will be even.

Fry for about two minutes on each side and make sure you get the frying rabbits to a golden brown color (if they aren’t golden, your frying pan is not hot enough, so turn it up). 

Put in oven at 400 degrees Fahrenheit until the desired temperature has been reached inside frying rabbit parts.

What is the Best Temperature?       

The frying rabbit should be fried at 450 degrees Fahrenheit so it will get a golden brown color. 

You can fry frying rabbits until they reach an internal temperature of 165F to kill any bacteria present in them and then put frying rabbits into the oven for about five minutes on each side. 

If fry rabbits at a lower temperature for longer, make sure to put them in the oven after frying so they can cook through. This will ensure that frying does not dry out your frying rabbit parts and ensures they are cooked all the way through.

What Should You Serve it With?

Frying rabbits taste great with a side of mashed potatoes and vegetables. 

You can also serve frying rabbits over rice or on its own for a more traditional style meal! Any way you decide to eat your frying rabbits, they will taste amazing especially when cooked the right way (the one we teach in this article)!

What Other Tips Should I Keep In Mind?       

Make sure the frying pan is not too hot or it will burn frying rabbits (you should only see wisps of smoke coming off frying rabbit parts when frying).

You can bread your frying rabbits if you like by putting them in a shallow bowl with flour and shaking around to coat the frying rabbits before placing them into heated

FAQ

Do You Soak Rabit Before Cooking?

No, frying rabbits are best when cooked without soaking them first. 

How Do You Cook Wild Rabit?

You can fry frying rabbits or you can also roast them in the oven.

How Long Does Rabit Take to Cook?

Rabbit frying time is about three minutes per side at 450 degrees Fahrenheit.

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