Fenek Moqli (Fried Rabit)

Ingredients:

  • 1 Rabbit
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Fresh Garlic
  • Dry White Wine
  • Thyme
  • Salt
  • Pepper

Method:

- Cut rabbit in medium sized pieces, (not too big so they can marinade well) Chop some garlic.

- In a large bowl place the rabbit and cover with white wine – local!.

- Mix in the garlic, Thyme, and add some salt and pepper.

- Cover and leave in the fridge overnight or for approx. 6 hrs

- In a large shallow frying pan heat some sunflower oil.

- Add some garlic to the oil and fry for a few minutes on moderate heat (do not fry till golden brown)

- Take the rabbit pieces and fry in large frying pan, turning occasionally, till rabbit cooks well.

- You may add salt, pepper and thyme

- Sprinkle some white wine occasionally
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2 Responses to Fenek Moqli (Fried Rabit)

  1. Annabelle Azzopardi says:

    I usually put garlic sauce too.

  2. Millie Meyer says:

    You forgot to add onions. That’s the best part of fried rabbit. My mother always made it with onions and I can remember dabbing bread in the frying pan and eating it before it was ready. Really tasted good!

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