Rabbit Meat Nutrition Facts

The nutritional value of the food varies depending on the type of rabbit meat used and how it is prepared. This article will go over the nutritional information for wild, stewed rabbit meat. One of the most efficient ways of learning about a food’s nutrition is to compare it to what we already know. We’re comparing rabbit meat to chicken, the most common bird flesh, in this situation.

We can observe that rabbit meat has a higher concentration of most minerals than chicken meat, except for salt.

Slow Cooker Rabbit Stew

This Slow Cooker Rabbit Stew recipe is great for wild or domestic rabbit meat. This rabbit stew is cooked in a slow cooker so the meat is guaranteed to turn out tender. I boned out the rabbit and cut the meat into cubes, but you can you use whole rabbit pieces if you would like … Read more

Slow Cooker Rabbit in Wine and Cream Cheese Sauce

This slow cooker rabbit recipe has a great combination of flavors, and because its cooked in the slow cooker both wild a slice of domestic rabbit meat turns out nice and tender. This recipe is quick to put together so you can go about your day and have supper close to ready at the right … Read more

Mushroom and Herb Rabbit Recipe

If you’re a hunter or have domestic rabbit meats available give this Mushroom and Herb Rabbit Recipe a try. It has a delicious combination of seasoning and creates delicious gravy to serve over mashed potatoes, noodles or hash browns. I was going to use fresh mushrooms in this recipe, but the mushrooms that were available … Read more

Roast Rabbit in Wine Sauce Recipe

This Roast Rabbit in Wine Sauce Recipe is another great recipe for wild or domestic rabbit meat. I prepared this recipe with domestic rabbit meat, but if you use wild rabbit, you will probably have to cook the rabbit meat a little longer. This recipe calls for port wine but I used a homemade blueberry … Read more

Hunters Rabbit Stew Recipe

If you like beef stew and you have rabbit meat available give this Hunters Rabbit Stew Recipe a try; it’s delicious. It is cooked slowly on the stove top, and because of the nature of stew recipes, you can cook the rabbit as long as needed to make it tender. This makes this a great … Read more

Fried Rabbit with Gravy Recipe

Fall is here and small game hunting season is right around the corner here in upper Michigan, so I thought this would be a great time to put this Fried Rabbit with Gravy Recipe on the menu. I used a domestic rabbit for this recipe, but you can also use wild. If you are using … Read more