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Fried Rabbits and Gravy Recipe

2 young
2 large
3 cups
1 1/4 cups
1 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
1/2 teaspoon
1/2 cup
rabbits (2 1/2 – 3 pounds)
all purpose flour
onion powder
ground black pepper

Temp: medium
Recipe Cooking Time: 35 minutes
Pan Type: large skillet

Fried Rabbits Directions

Thoroughly wash the dressed rabbits in cold water.
Cut rabbits into serving size pieces.
In a large bowl beat the eggs and milk together.
Stir in the flour, salt, onion powder and pepper.
Heat skillet and add the oil.
Dip rabbit in batter and fry until rabbits are fried to a golden brown.
Reduce heat, cover and continue cooking the fried rabbits until the rabbit pieces are tender.
Turn occasionally.
Transfer fried rabbits to a plate when tender.
Add remaining flour to pan.
Turn heat up to medium.
Stir flour until smooth.
Add the remaining milk and stir constantly.
Continue cooking the rabbit gravy until thickened.

Recipe Note: I like my fried rabbits over cooked a bit. I have enjoyed 100s of healthy rabbit dinners and I can till you that the meat has a light flavor of it own and so, can be made into any recipe with success.

Season with salt and pepper.
Pour gravy over the fried rabbits and serve.

Recipe Serves: 6 or more

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