Game of Thrones Potted Hare Recipe
November 5, 2017
Shruti Anand (1563 articles)
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Game of Thrones Potted Hare Recipe

Game of Thrones is missed and it won’t be until two more years till we get to see the finale, so we’re drowning ourselves, re-reading the books. Every time, there is a new detail that might went unnoticed and food of course. Potted Hare is a dish that can be found in the UK and might actually turn out to be delicious. Of course, if Joffrey is hunting for them, it might take ages to even make one.

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Game of Thrones Potted Hare Recipe
Perfect For Winters - Hare Stew Recipe!
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  1. Keep the oven for preheating at 350°F and chop the rabbit according to your liking.
  2. Heat olive oil in a large pan over medium flame and add the rabbit pieces.
  3. Brown the rabbit on all sides and then remove it and brown the bacon.
  4. Add all the meat in a casserole along with the trotter, vegetables, thyme sprigs, bay leaves, wine and sufficient water.
  5. Bring the stew to a simmer and cover the casserole.
  6. Place the casserole in the oven and cook for two hours.
  7. Once done, remove the casserole, place a sieve and strain the liquid.
  8. Boil the liquid and keep reducing till only one cup is remaining.
  9. Take the rabbit meat off the bones and shred it.
  10. Place the rabbit meat in the bowl, top with chopped bacon, mustard and thyme.
  11. Season the meat with salt and pepper.
  12. Pour the reduction once done, bring the dish to room temperature and refrigerate.
  13. Bring out from the fridge about 20 minutes before serving.

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