The recipe itself was pretty easy, it was figuring out how to butcher it that took a while. I also over cooked it a little bit. According to Epicurious, rabbit is supposed to be a little bit pink near the bone. Mine turned out white, but at least the flavors were spot on. I didn't have dijon mustard like the recipe called for so I substituted the cup of dijon with spicy brown mustard. We also added fresh marjoram to the bread crumbs. It made the rabbit a little bit lemony.
|The tutorial that Nick watched said to poke a metal skewer|
down the spine to get a good hold on the rabbit.
|One stick of melted butter and a cup of spicy brown mustard brushed on each |
piece to adhere the panko. Heart attack in a bowl is more like it.
|I had to broil the rabbit to get the golden brown color.|
Because they are so small I think that is what pushed
them over the edge to over-doneness.
|I'm almost positive that if kids started out with bacon brussel sprouts before|
trying them any other way, brussel sprouts wouldn't have such a bad rep.