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    Cool Rabbits/doves

    Anyone have a really new/good wild game recipe besides shredded BBQd sandwiches?
    I have an abundance of Cottontails and Eurasian doves in and around our property.Need
    something new. Thanks dirtclod Az.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtclod Az. View Post
    Anyone have a really new/good wild game recipe besides shredded BBQd sandwiches?
    I have an abundance of Cottontails and Eurasian doves in and around our property.Need
    something new. Thanks dirtclod Az.
    be good in a stir fry
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    Eurasians are larger than morning or whitewing doves and their meat is a little lighter in color. I like to take the breast ans slice it off the bone, wrap in bacon & BBQ. Add a little BBQ sauce to your liking. They are really good, especially with a brewski!
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    Pan sear the doves, eat with Salad.


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    For rabbits we have always just browned them in a dutch oven after rolling them in flower then slow cook them for quite a while. Then poor in some cream of mushroom soup for about the last 1/2 hour. It makes a great camp meal.
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    Great recipes guys!I have made doves with cream cheese and jalepenos wrapped in bacon on the smoker,good stuff.
    Pan seared with a salad sounds like a good combo.
    might try stir fry.Have found if I overcook doves they get real tough.
    I do have plenty of mushroom soup in the pantry,what the h#ll JimP and I shared a few conversations during spring pig
    here in Az.geuss I'll give it a go.Thanks dirtclod Az.

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    We quarter out rabbits, batter, and deep fry like chicken.

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    Sounds good go deep but after 50 yrs and numerous cooking schools I have only been able to fry chicken
    one time. And I think that was beaks and feet! actually I enjoy Jackrabbit more...,bigger hind quarters.

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    Cottontails/eurasians

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtclod Az. View Post
    Sounds good go deep but after 50 yrs and numerous cooking schools I have only been able to fry chicken
    one time. And I think that was beaks and feet! actually I enjoy Jackrabbit more...,bigger hind quarters.
    JimP just finished slow cooking wild game combo w/cream of mushroom soup.Threw in some Anahiem pepper slices for the Az.flare.....Good stuff with mashed taters!Eyeballing a small herd of Cottontails outback right now.(2)
    I consider a small herd of deer or Elk (1) in Az. thats all you're gonna get! Thanks for the Yummy idea.

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