Rabbit Fricassee with Tagliatelli - Gordon Ramsay



How to Make Rabbit Fricassee

A fricassee is a creamy dish often made at home with white meat (usually a whole chicken cut into eight pieces), vegetables, and a dense white sauce.Rabbit meat can be substituted for chicken for a similar flavor, as has been done in this recipe.

Ingredients

  • 1 whole rabbit
  • 50g, 1.7 oz butter
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 2 teaspoons flour
  • 100g, 3.5 oz bacon, chopped
  • 100g, 3.5 oz button mushrooms, cut into quarters
  • 4 shallots, cut in half
  • 4 celery sticks, diced
  • 2 carrots, diced
  • 250ml, 8.4 fl oz white wine
  • 750ml, 25.3 fl oz chicken stock
  • 2 garlic cloves, chopped
  • 4 sprigs of fresh thyme
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 50ml, 1.7 fl oz cream
  • Salt and pepper for seasoning

Steps

  1. Divide the rabbit into 8 pieces.(You can ask your butcher to do this for you).
    • If you're concerned about the rabbit's tenderness, marinate the rabbit for one night in the pot first, and when you cook the rabbit, make sure that the heat isn't that high; this way the rabbit will definitely become softer and tastier.
  2. Season all the pieces of rabbit with salt and pepper, then lightly cover them in flour.
  3. Start heating the oil and the butter in the pan and then add the rabbit.Lightly cook over a moderate heat until golden brown.
  4. When light brown, remove the rabbit from the pan and leave to one side.
  5. Brown the bacon, then add the mushrooms, the shallots, the diced celery and the diced carrot and cook until slightly brown.
  6. Pour in the white wine and reduce it down to about half.
  7. Once the wine has reduced, put the rabbit back into the pot.
  8. While continuously stirring, add the stock to the pan.
  9. Finally, before cooking the dish thoroughly, add the garlic, bay leaves and thyme.Stir.
  10. Bring the stock to a gentle simmer, then skim off any scum that may have risen to the surface.Cover, lower the heat and cook, simmering for 1 hour.
  11. For a delicious finishing touch, pour the cream into the sauce and reduce it down by about half.Here, also adjust the seasoning if necessary.
  12. Add some chopped parsley to the sauce, pour it over the rabbit and vegetables and serve immediately.

Community Q&A

Search
  • Question
    In Step 7, should the rabbit be in the pan or the pot? The text says pot, but the image implies pan.
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Pan-fry in a small amount of peanut oil.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    Step 1 recommends the cook "marinate the rabbit for one night in the pot first." What marinade should be used?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Use an herb marinade.
    Thanks!
Ask a Question
200 characters left
Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.





Video: How To Make Rabbit Fricassee

How to Make Rabbit Fricassee
How to Make Rabbit Fricassee images

2019 year
2019 year - How to Make Rabbit Fricassee pictures

How to Make Rabbit Fricassee forecasting
How to Make Rabbit Fricassee advise photo

How to Make Rabbit Fricassee photo
How to Make Rabbit Fricassee images

How to Make Rabbit Fricassee How to Make Rabbit Fricassee new photo
How to Make Rabbit Fricassee new foto

pictures How to Make Rabbit Fricassee
pics How to Make Rabbit Fricassee

Watch How to Make Rabbit Fricassee video
Watch How to Make Rabbit Fricassee video

Communication on this topic: How to Make Rabbit Fricassee, how-to-make-rabbit-fricassee/
Discussion on this topic: How to Make Rabbit Fricassee, how-to-make-rabbit-fricassee/ , how-to-make-rabbit-fricassee/

Related News


Sultry Tips For Bridal Boudoir Photos Your Spouse Will Love
Tip: Beware Of Overeating With Friends
Top 5 Hair Colors For Dusky Beauties
The Easy Schedule That Promises the Best Nights Sleep
How to Open a Swimming Pool
How to Manage Side Effects of MS Steroid Treatments
How to Make Delicious French Creams
6 Steps to Fix Dry Black Hair
Why Should You Drink Water Right After You Wake Up
I’m An Activist Stripper’
Take Note Dior: Balmain’s New Designer Promoted FromWithin
Salads and Wraps From Trader Joes and Kroger Could Contain a Harmful Parasite



Date: 19.12.2018, 00:06 / Views: 72465