Fried Breaded Rabbit (Rantott Nyul)

Lunch today was interesting. My very 1st RABBIT 😀 Tasty, but still, interesting as it really was my 1st time ever for eating rabbit hahaha

The majority Hungarians I met so far here in Hungary, have rabbits cages in their backyard. WOWZER!

So what was the taste like this fried breaded rabbit? I would say chicken? hahaha

Okay, since I did not cook this and I have monkey style language, nagymama did not really give measurement as she said only by heart, therefor the recipe bellow is per your tastebud, I guess haha

Cut up rabbit (no bones!)
Flour as needed
Salt (Hungarian Vegeta seasoning preferably)
Pepper
Garlic powder
Cooking oil

Method

Clean and cut the rabbit into pieces. Rinse thoroughly.
Sprinkle the seasoning on all pieces of the rabbit.
Dip the rabbit into the flour coating on all sides. If you want, just toss all of the pieces into a paper bag containing the flour.
Get the oil fairly hot.
Put in the rabbit and brown on 1-side.
Turn and brown the other side.
Turn heat down, and cook for another 20 to 30 minutes to ensure rabbit is thoroughly done. How long it takes depends on how old (tough) the rabbit is, and how high your flame is.
Serve with potatoes or rice and salad or pickles.

For the potato (to serve with), was sooo good, I loved it so much. Basically it’s boiled skinned potatoes that are cut up, boiled in salted water, drained, and quickly mixed with salted butter and chopped fresh parsley (the flat leaf ones).

Rakott Nyul

breaded rabbit

Ingredients

  • Cut up rabbit no bones!
  • Flour as needed
  • Salt Hungarian Vegeta seasoning preferably
  • Pepper
  • Garlic powder
  • Cooking oil

Instructions

  • Clean and cut the rabbit into pieces. Rinse thoroughly. Sprinkle the seasoning on all pieces of the rabbit.
  • Dip the rabbit into the flour coating on all sides. If you want, just toss all of the pieces into a paper bag containing the flour.
  • Get the oil fairly hot. Put in the rabbit and brown on 1-side.
  • Turn and brown the other side. Turn heat down, and cook for another 20 to 30 minutes to ensure rabbit is thoroughly done. How long it takes depends on how old (tough) the rabbit is, and how high your flame is.
  • Serve with potatoes or rice and salad or pickles.
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