Rabbit Rib Chops

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Tiny rabbit rib chops are quite possibly the smallest chops commercially available, with each providing only about a half-bite of meat.  It’s undeniable that they draw the eye on the plate, and what meat they do have is delightfully tender and cooks in a flash. Like most game meats, it is low in fat, calories, and cholesterol.

Rabbit chops may be the ultimate hors d’oeuvre cut and are certain to be a major topic of conversation.  It’s up to you whether you tell your guests you didn’t do all the prep butchery yourself.

Air chilling (as opposed to the cheaper and more common industrial water chilling) rabbit meat is a more environmentally sound process that generates less waste and further improves the flavor and texture of the meat (water chilled rabbits can absorb water during the chilling process).

These rabbits are raised by Grupo Hermi, a company that has been raising top quality rabbits in Spain for over 40 years. They control all aspects of production from breeding for superior genetics to innovative farming, processing & packaging. European chefs have very high standards when it comes to rabbit, and Grupo Hermi delivers.


Six individually vacuum sealed packs, 100 chops per pack (approximately 11 lbs.) Total)


  • Bone In
  • Vegetarian Fed
  • Air Chilled
  • No Added Hormones or Sub-Therapeutic Antibiotics
  • Frozen



Store rabbit rib chops in your freezer until you need them, then thaw packs before cooking.

Thawing Tips

Because they are lean and so small, rabbit rib chops cook unbelievably quickly, and will dry out if over cooked.  They can be sautéed or fried – we recommend cooking just one first to get a feel for how long they take, then applying that knowledge to cooking the rest.

Rabbit meat’s flavor pairs well with onions, bacon, thyme and most other herbs, mustard, juniper berries, fruit, red wine, and mushrooms.

Rabbit Recipes

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