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Rabbit stew at Multicooker Crock-Pot Express with pressure cooking

Rabbit stew at Multicooker Crock-Pot Express with pressure cooking



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We cut the rabbit meat into smaller pieces and clean it of fat and the film on top. Sprinkle salt and pepper over the meat and let it rest for a while, while we prepare the rest of the ingredients.

Peel the onion and garlic and chop the slices. Mix the tomato paste with the hot pepper jam. If we still made a lot of hot pepper jam in the fall, I still include it in many dishes, because we like it a lot. When we have all the ingredients ready on the work table, we can start the multicooker.

Connect the Crock-Pot Express Multicooker with pressure cooking to the power supply and set the Brown / Sote program for 15 minutes. Add the oil, let it heat up, then add the rabbit meat and brown it well on all sides, mixing it with the silicone spatula provided. In the last 5 minutes, add the green onions and green garlic and mix them well between the pieces of meat. Then add the tomato paste mixed with the pepper jam and dried herbs.

After the Brown / Sote program expires, place the multicooker lid and make sure the valve knob is in the closed position. We set the Meat / Stew program for 40 minutes and let the machine do its job.

After the time has elapsed, we switch the valve knob to the open position and wait for all the steam to be released, before opening the multicooker lid.

Add the chopped green parsley and we can indulge in this delicious dish with bread or polenta.