Rabbit with Syrupy Cherries
recipe for Rabbit with Syrupy Cherries has been reproduced
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the most of our amazing cherries this season with this
delicious rabbit recipe.
for Rabbit with Syrupy Cherries
1/2 bottle Red Burgundy
1 Bouquet Garni
1 Crushed Garlic Clove
Salt and Pepper
1kg Black Cherries
100ml Red Wine Vinegar
to make Rabbit with Syrupy Cherries
the rabbit into pieces and brown with olive oil in
a flameproof casserole dish until golden. Remove from
the same pan brown the finely chopped onion, shallot
with the flour and stir until golden.
add the rabbit again.
the wine and the bouquet garni, the garlic and clove,
salt and pepper, cover and cook gently for one hour.
the stalks and stones from the washed cherries, cook
them with the sugar and a little water, then remove
the cherries with a slotted spoon, leaving the liquid.
caramelize the liquid then add the vinegar, boil and
reduce to a syrupy consistency.
the cherries in the syrup.
the rabbit in the serving dish, coat with the strained
cooking stock and distribute the cherries around the
with permission of Natoora