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Heres one for folks that dont care for the hares srength its good for venison and lamb too

3 medium onions diced small

1 cup of vegetable oil

two heaped teaspoons of thyme

a piece of ginger about 1 inch square grated fine

4 cloves of garlic

4 or 5 birds eye chillis

1 heaped teaspoon each of

cayene pepper

cumin

mixed spice

turmeric

paprika

half a teaspoon powdered cloves

salt and black pepper

place all of above in a large saucepan and cook gently till all the onions etc have gone into a paste

then place in jointed hare[no chest]

cook with a lid on till meat falls off bone

eat with chappatis :good:

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Aye I'll give that a go when he accidentally catches the next one ;):D

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Heres one for folks that dont care for the hares srength its good for venison and lamb too

3 medium onions diced small

1 cup of vegetable oil

two heaped teaspoons of thyme

a piece of ginger about 1 inch square grated fine

4 cloves of garlic

4 or 5 birds eye chillis

1 heaped teaspoon each of

cayene pepper

cumin

mixed spice

turmeric

paprika

half a teaspoon powdered cloves

salt and black pepper

place all of above in a large saucepan and cook gently till all the onions etc have gone into a paste

then place in jointed hare[no chest]

cook with a lid on till meat falls off bone

eat with chappatis :good:

When the onions etc are cooked down add a tin of tomatoes[optional]

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Boil to clean in salt water for 10 min

 

1. Stuff the hare, if liked, then truss and place in a roasting tin.

 

2. Cover with fatty bacon and brush with oil.

 

3. Put plenty of dripping into the tin and roast in a preheated moderate oven 180°C (350°F) Gas Mark 4 for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, depending on size, until tender.

 

4. Baste frequently with the fat in the tin, and lay a piece of oiled foil loosely over the hare after 30 minutes' cooking.

 

5. Serve with a thick gravy, with a flavouring of port or sherry, if liked, and redcurrant or japonica jelly.

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You could always 'adapt' the chub recipie.

 

Skin and clean the hare, sandwich between 2 pieces of ply and roast in a moderate oven.

After 1hr remove from oven open ply sandwich and chuck the hare in the bin!

Eat the plywood :whistling:

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You could always 'adapt' the chub recipie.

 

Skin and clean the hare, sandwich between 2 pieces of ply and roast in a moderate oven.

After 1hr remove from oven open ply sandwich and chuck the hare in the bin!

Eat the plywood :whistling:

 

:clapper::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

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