Whole Fryer Rabbits

6 rabbits (approximately 17 lbs.) | Free Shipping

Rabbit meat is tender, lean, and juicy, with a flavor somewhat similar to chicken, but richer. Like most game meats, it is low in fat, calories, and cholesterol. Whole rabbits (aka fryers) are a great choice because they offer meat for both fast and slow cooking applications.

Each rabbit can be separated (see Recipes & Tips for info) into a total of six different cuts: two small front legs, two large, meaty back legs, and two saddle halves (each of which includes a small loin). This allows you to cook lighter, faster cooking dishes with the saddle meat while using the richer leg cuts for delicious stews and braises.

These rabbits are air chilled, as opposed to the cheaper and more common industrial practice of water chilling. Water chilled rabbits can absorb water during the chilling process. Air chilling is a more environmentally sound process that generates less waste and further improves the flavor and texture of the meat.

Grupo Hermi, a company that has been raising top quality rabbits in Spain for over 40 years, controls 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.


6 individually vacuum sealed rabbits, approximately 2.75-3 lbs. each (about 17 lbs.)


  • Head Off
  • Liver Included
  • Vegetarian Fed
  • Air Chilled
  • No Added Hormones or Sub-Therapeutic Antibiotics
  • Individually Vacuum Packed
  • Frozen



Store rabbit fryers in your freezer until you're ready to use them.

Thawing 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

Discover all you need to know about cooking rabbit in one handy guide. Go to the Guide →

Discover other ways to cook rabbit. Go to the Test Kitchen →

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Amazing product

I placed my first order last week and will be a repeat customer. The rabbits are meaty, clean, with the liver placed in a separate bag. Rabbit liver is mild and tasty when fried in butter and garlic, and the bones will make an excellent addition to my stock.