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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasenpfeffer

Hasenpfeffer is a traditional German stew made from marinated rabbit or hare, cut into ... New German Cooking: Recipes for Classics Revisited. Chronicle Books ...

honest-food.net/german-rabbit-stew

A recipe for a traditional German rabbit stew. This recipe is from Swabia, in southern Germany: It's made with rabbit, onions, lemon, capers and sour cream.

honest-food.net/hasenpfeffer-recipe-dumplings

A classic hasenpfeffer recipe, a German dish of marinated and braised hare or rabbit, served with traditional German semolina dumplings.

allrecipes.com/recipe/25843/hasenpfeffer-rabbit-stew

Rabbit is braised in a red wine gravy flavored with bacon, shallots, currant jelly, and herbs in this German stew.

www.wideopeneats.com/recipes/hasenpfeffer-german-rabbit-stew

This delicious rabbit stew with bacon and spices is slow cooked to perfection, leaving even tough game meat tender, moist, and full of flavor.

www.lindysez.com/recipe/hasenpfeffer-german-wine-braised-rabbit

Hasenpfeffer is a German Wine Braised Rabbit that has been marinated for a ... There are probably as many family recipes for Hasenpfeffer as there are for ...

www.whats4eats.com/meats/hasenpfeffer-recipe

Hasenpfeffer is German for "hare-pepper," or peppered hare, and is a famous game dish in Germany. Serve it with spätzle dumplings or with boiled or mashed  ...

www.bonappetit.com/recipe/hasenpfeffer

Bring first 14 ingredients to a boil in a medium pot; turn off heat and let marinade cool. Place rabbit pieces in a glass jar or baking dish; pour marinade over.

www.food.com/recipe/hasenpfeffer-329723

We love it. It is true German comfort food hunter style! Based on a recipe from Bernard Claytons Cooking Across America. He says, If wild rabbits are not at hand, ...