Roast rabbit with potatoes

2012-11-09
  • Servings : 4
  • Prep Time : 5m
  • Cook Time : 60m
  • Ready In : 2:05 h
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Want to prepare a healthy and nutritious meal with excellent presentation? We suggest this roast rabbit recipe with potatoes, it’s ideal for a lunch with the whole family! Dare yourself!!!

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Ingredients

  • 1.2 kg / (2 2/3 pounds) rabbit cut into pieces
  • 100 ml / (6 3/4 tablespoons) olive oil
  • 100 ml / (6 3/4 tablespoons) white wine
  • 6 cloves of garlic
  • Rosemary (to taste)
  • Thyme (to taste)
  • Bay leaf (to taste)
  • Oregano (to taste)
  • 1.2 kg / (2 2/3 pounds) small potatoes
  • Salt (to taste)

    Directions

    Step 1


    1. Put the rabbit in a baking dish and drizzle with olive oil and white wine. Season with some salt, chopped garlics, bay leaf, rosemary, thyme and oregano. Let marinate about one hour.Roast rabbit with potatoes | Food From Portugal

    Step 2


    1. Wash the potatoes and with a knife give a small cut in each one of them. Put on another baking dish and season with salt.Roast rabbit with potatoes | Food From Portugal

    Step 3


    1. Preheat the oven to 180ºC / (350ºF).

    Step 4


    1. Bake the potatoes and the rabbit for about one hour (put the potatoes baking dish in the top grid and the rabbit baking dish in the bottom grid). Drizzle occasionally the rabbit with the sauce.

    Step 5


    1. Turn off the oven and serve.

Roast rabbit with potatoes | Food From Portugal

Nutrition facts per serving (4 servings):

Calories: 1028
 
Total Fat: 48 g(62%)
 
Saturated Fat: 10.5 g(53%)
 
Cholesterol: 246 mg(89%)
 
Sodium: 200 mg(9%)
 
Total Carbohydrate: 49.5 g(16%)
 
Protein: 92.5 g
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Comments (2)

  1. posted by jermey moore on 2015/03/07

    OK. SO WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THE BAY LEAF? Its in the ingredients but not the directions. As for the recipe it really sounds great. I don’t want to attempt it until the directions are complete. Lol. I’m not a chef so I’m really depending on the directions in its entirety. Thanks.

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    • posted by FoodFromPortugal on 2015/03/09

      Sorry for the late response.
      You are right, we forget to place the bay leaf in the direction. Thank you for your interest and your correction. Bon appetit!

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