Rabbit Whole Fryers

6 pieces (about 17 lbs total)
$196
Incl S&H
$196.00
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RECIPES & TIPS

How to Cut Up a Rabbit Fryer

Rabbit Saddle Meat & Loins

The saddle meat is quite tender and can be cooked using most high heat, fast methods.  You can grill it whole, or cut it into medallions & strips for sautéing.  Use saddle meat in salads, sandwiches, or serve it on a plate with a sauce, starch, and veggies.

Rabbit Legs

The legs offer a richer rabbit flavor than the saddle, but are better suited to slow cooking methods like roasting and particularly stewing/braising.  Their meat can also be ground for use in meatballs, pasta sauces, and rabbit sausages.

Rabbit Flavor Pairings:

Rabbit meat pairs well with onions, bacon, thyme and most other herbs, mustard, juniper berries, fruit (particularly berries and citrus), red wine, cabbage, balsamic vinegar, curry spices, and mushrooms.



Rabbit Recipes