Recipes with wine taste better. For a special meal or a rich tasting dish to present to your guests, rabbit is always a good choice, being a nutritious dish. And if we combine it with red wine, much better. Take note of the recipe and get a win!. It will be a complete success!
- 1 or 1/2 boned rabbit
- 2 or 3 dried plums
- 100 ml of red wine
- 2 onions
- 100g mashed potatoes
- 2 carrots
- 50 gr mushrooms
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch or corn flour
- 100 ml olive oil, salt and spices
- Consider buying a boneless and chopped rabbit to have it ready for its elaboration. We’ll salt the rabbit pieces and fill the thighs and body with plums, which should be also boneless, in addition to tiny bits of carrot. With a thread, we will tie the pieces in order not to leave the plums out of rabbit meat.
- In a casserole or saucepan, put the onions properly cut so that they will gilding. Then, add the rabbit rolls with plums inside. Pour the red wine, and leave the mixture to simmer approximately 50 minutes.
- When the rabbit is tender, we will remove the thread and we will cut it into slices. Use the sauce that has been cooked and mix it up with cornstarch or corn flour to add flavor.
- When decorating the dish, serve the rabbit with the sauce and add mashed potatoes and mushrooms. previously prepared, although these ingredients are optional, since we can also serve the rabbit with rice, potatoes, white beans, etc.
So, what we can pair with a stuffed rabbit with plums in red wine? Today we suggest 2 different solutions:
Valsanzo Lacrimus Crianza 2009