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Hasenpfeffer Rabbit Stew



1. Slice spring onion, celery, carrot and potato. Smash few garlic cloves.
2. Take 4 rabbit legs.
3. Preheat pan, grease with oil.
4. Fry rabbit legs for a few minutes from both sides until golden brown. 5. Toss in everything from step #1. Fry until veggies are slightly golden brown.
6. Add salt, few Moroccan dried peppers, 1 tbsp. spicy-sweet sauce and 200ml of homemade white wine. Close with the lid and slow-cook for 2 hours.
7. Serve under own juice.
8. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!

Loyalty, consistency, and iron commitment are the most valuable traits in a human’s life. If you want something in life with all of your heart and full dedication, one day you will get it no matter what. This video is admiration and greetings to one of our old fans. Deep in the forest hiding under the trees, we made famous German rabbit stew called hasenpfeffer. Slow-cooked rabbit meat under homemade wine with greens, veggies, and the most important ingredient, specially delivered to us from Africa – Moroccan dried peppers! Delicious!