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recipes:mains:rabbit_stew [2011/12/14 09:33]
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 ===== Ingredients ===== ===== Ingredients =====
-700gs of rabbit meat   +  * 700gs of rabbit meat   
-2 carrots  +  ​* ​2 carrots  
-1 stick of celery +  ​* ​1 stick of celery 
-1 onion +  ​* ​1 onion 
-1 pint of gravy (can be homemade or insta-gravy)  +  ​* ​1 pint of gravy (can be homemade or insta-gravy)  
-1 bay leaf +  ​* ​1 bay leaf 
-200mls ​of your favourite ale +  * 200ml of your favourite ale 
-half a clove of garlic  +  * 900ml vegetable or meat stock 
-3 rashers of Smokey bacon +  * half a clove of garlic  
-About a pint of gravy, this can be homemade or the add boiling water kind +  ​* ​3 rashers of Smokey bacon 
 +  ​* ​About a pint of gravy, this can be homemade or the add boiling water kind 
  
 ===== Method ===== ===== Method =====
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 Cut the bacon into small squares, a bit like pancetta. You might find this easier with a pair of scissors. Cut the bacon into small squares, a bit like pancetta. You might find this easier with a pair of scissors.
  
-Put all the ingredients into your slow cooker.+Take half the carrots and half of the onion and fry it in a little oil.
  
-Crush the garlic ​and add the bay leaves to the mix.+Once the veg starts to turn soft and the oil is nice and warm add your ale and add about 3 quarters of your stock; then stir.
  
-Pour in your gravy and give the mix good stir.+Next add flour until the gravy reaches ​nice thickness, if you make it too thick you can add some of your left over stock to even it out.
  
-Leave the cooker on low setting and leave for at about 8 hours. Check that the meat is ready using just fork, if its soft and flaky its ready to go +Use strainer over to strain ​the gravy into jugPress on the veg with your spoon to get all the goodness from itAnd that’s your gravy!
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-Serve with mash and your favourite veg.+
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