Rabbit With Redcurrant Jelly

 
Rabbit with redcurrant jelly

I prepare this recipe for rabbit cold and rainy days.

31/12/2014

Ingredients for 4 people

1 rabbit 

6 to 9 shallots 
4 tablespoons mild mustard 
300ml cream 
¾ jar redcurrant jelly 
sprig of thyme

Method

• Brown the rabbit in a casserole in melted butter 

• Remove it from the casserole and keep it warm 
• Cook the chopped shallots in the remaining melted butter 
• Stir in the mustard, cream and redcurrant jelly 
• Mix until a smooth sauce is obtained 
• Cut the rabbit into pieces and add to the sauce with the thyme and season to taste 

This method can also be used for a pork roasting joint 

Serve with

Côte du Rhône


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