French Rabbit Stew This is a delicious preparation with bacon and red wine and tastes best with mashed potatoes or buttery egg noodles. It doesn't take long to prepare, but long slow cooking does make it even better.
Recipe For German Rabbit Stew - You may be wondering if this is some sort of variant on the most famous German rabbit recipe, Hasenpfeffer. It is most definitely not. For starters, Hasenpfeffer requires a hase, a hare. And a hare is not a rabbit.
This rabbit stew with red wine recipe was developed for SAVEUR by chef Jean-Louis Palladin, whose recollections of a childhood spent eating wild game and mushrooms inspired this dish. sounded-like-a-good-idea-at-the-time