Rabbit marinated in buttermilk


- carcass rabbit

- 1 liter buttermilk

- Salt, onion

- Potato flour


Carcass divided into portions, wash, pour buttermilk and put into the refrigerator for about 5 - 7 hours to the meat. Remove rabbit from buttermilk, washed with water, season with salt and fry in hot oil. Brown on all sides, add onions, then simmer under a cover on a low flame (1 - 1.5 h) watering water. The resulting sauce, thicken with a spoon of potato flour, stir in a small quantity of cold water. Rabbit is best administered with steamed dumplings, Silesian dumplings, or gnocchi potato dumplings and fried cabbage.

Rabbit marinated in Provencal herbs


- carcass rabbit

- 2 tablespoons of Provencal herbs

- 9 tablespoons oil

- 4 tablespoons wine vinegar

- Salt, pepper


Wash meat, dry, divided into portions. Peel the garlic, chop. Vinegar mixed with 7 tablespoons oil, garlic and herbs de Provence, salt and pepper to taste. Rabbit pour the marinade, set aside in the fridge for 3-4 hours. Turn meat several times to evenly to marinade. Remove rabbit from marinade and fry in hot oil. Then pour the remaining marinade. Meat simmer on low heat under cover. Rabbit administered with sauce and noodles or potatoes.

Rabbit hunter


- Meat from a rabbit 60 dag

- marinade: thyme, garlic, 3 cloves, parsley 2-3 tablespoons

- Onion, 1 ea

- Parsley, 2 tablespoons

- White wine, 1 cup

- Brandy;1/2 glasses

- Fresh mushrooms; 25 dag

- Liver, 1 piece of rabbit or chicken

- Salt, pepper, olive oil


Wash meat, dry and slice. Chop the garlic, chop the parsley. Mix meat with garlic, parsley, and part of the thyme, set aside an hour in the refrigerator. Then remove the garlic and fry the meat in hot oil. Obsma�onego rabbit to move earlier removed the garlic, remaining parsley and chopped onion. Stir fry about 2 - 3 minutes. Add salt, pepper, pour the wine and brandy. Simmer under cover until tender (approx. 30 minutes). Liver sauce thicken. Liver scrape with a knife and add to the rabbit 2 - 3 minutes before the end of strangling a rabbit, the whole mix.