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Old Fashioned Zomo Rabbit Stew Recipe

Old Fashioned Zomo Rabbit Stew Recipe
Rabbit recipe

Rabbit meat is white meat high in protein and low in fat and cholesterol.




Rabbit Stew Recipe
African rabbits live in more than 25 African countries in West, East, South and Central Africa. Rabbit habitats include meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands. There are over 30 different breeds of rabbits; some are good for meat production some for fur production and some for both.

Old Fashioned Zomo Rabbit Stew Recipe

Nigeria's Favorite Rabbit Stew photo by pretty emmy
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Old fashioned Zomo Rabbit Stew recipe is a traditional tasty game meat rabbit stew recipe from South, East, Central and West Africa.

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Ingredients

1 large rabbit cut into 8 pieces
2 cups sliced carrots
2 chopped onions
1 large tomato diced
1 large bell pepper diced
2 large Irish potatoes diced
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon red pepper
1 hot pepper sliced
2 bay leaves
Juice of one lemon or 1 tablespoon vinegar
4 cups of water

Directions


In a large pot add rabbit, water and lemon or vinegar and bay leaves. Simmer together slowly until rabbit is tender 1 hour.  Add remaining ingredients simmer 30 minutes longer. Serve with rice.


Did you know?
Rabbits are the most productive of domestic livestock animals taking only takes 6 months to grow into adulthood. Their gestation period is only 30 days. Female rabbits can average 30 births per year.

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