Find rabbit stew recipes for a warming yet healthy meal. We have everything from slow cooker rabbit stew to a sophisticated Spanish rabbit stew with chickpeas.
In Spain, the home of this spicy dish, chickpeas are very popular and are often stewed with a small amount of meat and a vegetable or two to make hearty one-pot feasts. Serve this with chunks of rustic sourdough bread on the side, so that you can dip it in to enjoy every drop of the delicious gravy.
This is a traditional Maltese stew.
Succulent chunks of rabbit are stewed with bacon, shallots, red wine and herbs. It's the perfect winter warmer. Serve with mashed potatoes or hunks of crusty bread.
Stifado is a favourite Greek stew, especially popular during winter. This recipe results in tender, impeccably flavoured rabbit. Serve with hand-cut chips, rice or mash. Crusty bread is also essential to mop up all the sauce.
This is one hearty stew that is perfect for the cold winter nights. If rabbit doesn't take your fancy, the recipe will also work with beef stewing steak.
This is an old recipe that comes from Columbia. My family loves when I cook this. Rabbit meat is very low in fat and can be dry tasting, so it marries well with coconut cream. It is best to cook the rabbit gently till it is falling off the bone. Serve with rice.
A delectable Portuguese dish in which is rabbit is brushed with mustard, and cooked in white wine with bacon and shallots.
Rabbit, in a rich gravy with herbs and root veg - all you need to warm you up on a cold winters evening.
This simple and delicious rabbit recipe is for a light stew in white wine, flavoured with olives, capers, rosemary and sage.
Sweet, tender rabbit meat is perfect in casseroles, and makes a great alternative to the usual chicken.