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Category : The Four Legged       Region : Southeast ~ Prairie       Rating : 5
Fried Rabbit

Contributor : lawyde

Tribal Affiliation : Cherokee, molligirle to annie to nearola to charlotte (N.C.to &S.C t o Ga.)

Orgin of Recipe : my husbands mother to me she was nearola she got it from her mother

Type of Dish : All Indigenous Ingredients

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Ingredients

  • black iron panc
  • sage
  • pressure cooker a small one
  • one rabbit (two or three pounds)
  • red pepper
  • salt
  • black pepper
  • cornmeal
  • water

Directions

clean rabbit well,place in pressure cooker in one cup water add sage to taste and salt,bring to a lite pressure and hold for about ten min. remove from heat then drain well and discard water.cut in to piecies and roll in cornmeal.sprinkle peppers and salt an sage to taste and place in medium hot pan add a little oil or fat until meat sizzles and brown then turn and brown that side.add a little water or milk to pan and bring to boil then serve sauce in seperate bowl. add a few hot grits and a bread of your choice.warning i started cooking this for my husband with one or two rabbits but the last time i cooked it for sons and grandsons wifes and girlfriends i cooked seventeen rabbitts and gave out of meat.the beagle dogs only got bones and drydogfood!!!!!! charlotte.wife to lawyde(Efom)his grand mothers recipe.cherokee of northeast georgia.

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