Rabbit has a lower percentage of fat than chicken, turkey, beef, or pork with unsaturated fatty acids at 63% of the total fatty acids.
The cholesterol level in rabbit meat is much lower than chicken, turkey, beef, pork.
So it is a great substitute for some meat if you are trying to loose weight or live a healthy lifestyle.Of course my recipe asks for some sour cream,so if you are worried that this dish is going to make you not fit in your favourite jeans then use your favorite vegetables and skip the sour cream or try it on your"cheating"days guilt free
So here is what we will need for this recipe that my mom used to make back home
-One rabbit(fresh or defrosted frozen)rinsed,pat dry and cut into portion size pieces
-1big white onion
-about 4 tbs olive oil or butter
-red pepper flakes
-2tsp curry powder
-about one and a half cup water,vegetable or chicken stock(i used water)
Cooking is as easy as pie:
Rub the portion pieces with salt ,minced garlic(you can make a paste using garlic and olive oil and spices)
In a large frying pan pour olive oil and put the rabbit it let it brown on both sides,add onion,carrots wait a couple minutes until onion becomes transparent and carrots a little bit soft then add the liquid,and cover the pan.Let it cook for about one hour or until meat is tender and slightly comes off the bones,add sour cream and curry powder but don't bring it to a boil