Friday, January 21, 2011

Must Try - Homemade Grilled Rabbit Recipe

Maybe u can try this simple rabbit recipe in your home, actually i used only 1 rabbit around 1.5kg. Preparation time only take 4 hour and can be served for 4 person.(adult)

• 1 x 1.2kg/2½lb rabbit, preferably wild, jointed
• a handful of fresh thyme and rosemary, leaves picked
• 4 garlic cloves, peeled
• olive oil
• zest and juice of 1 lemon
• 1 teaspoon honey
• salt and freshly ground black pepper

U can easily find all this ingredients in local market like carrefour,tesco or etc...even kedai mamak for the arang.

Put your rabbit pieces into a bowl. Using a pestle and mortar, or a liquidizer, bash or whiz up the thyme and rosemary leaves to a pulp, then add the garlic cloves and bash or whiz again. Stir in 8 tablespoons of olive oil, the lemon zest and juice and the honey, and pour this over the rabbit. Put the meat to one side and let it come to room temperature while you light your barbecue.

Now I’m going to talk about flavour. Get a couple of sprigs of fresh thyme and tie them together like a little brush. Each time you turn the meat, dab it with a little of the marinade to give you a lovely encrusted layer of flavour. This rabbit is going to be really tasty!

Keeping the marinade to one side, remove the pieces of meat and season with salt and pepper. Sandwich the pancetta between the 2 pieces of belly using 3 skewers. Put the legs and shoulder on the barbecue. When they’ve been cooking for 10 minutes, put the belly on. After another 10 minutes put the saddle and ribs on. Make sure you turn the meat over every so often. Look after it by controlling the temperature and basting it continuously with the marinade. Cut three-quarters of the way through each kidney and open them out like a book. Cut the liver into 4 pieces and push one piece on to each remaining skewer, followed by a kidney and more liver.

When all the pieces of meat are beautifully cooked, add your skewered bits of kidney and liver on to the barbecue and cook until golden, along with your 2 remaining slices of pancetta. After a few minutes, when the pancetta is browned, put it on top of the meat at the cooler end of the barbie. Now get your guests round the table.

You can serve the rabbit with any white beans, or roast potatoes, or grilled vegetables, or different salads – it really depends on how you feel and what the weather’s like. Just put a big bowl of your chosen accompaniment in the middle of the table and serve all the meat on a board.

Thanks for our chef Jamie Oliver

Monday, January 17, 2011

Rabbit Common Sense

Myth #1
Rabbits can live on just carrots, lettuce, and cabbage. A million non-rabbit people I know think this is true.
The Truth: Just like people, rabbits require a balanced diet of vitamins and minerals as well as proteins and fiber. And just like people, they simply cannot survive on a diet limited to just two or three items, especially if one of those items is basically nothing but water (iceberg lettuce). The easiest way to provide for a rabbit's nutritional needs is to find a feed dealer who sells a good quality rabbit pellet. Then you can add the carrots as a treat.

Myth #2
A rabbit can be picked up by its ears. Ouch!
--Stealth Dog
The Truth: A rabbit's ears are not a handle. Try having someone pick you up by your ears if you want to see how it feels! The proper way to pick up a rabbit is to scoop it up, supporting its body with both hands.
--D. Wanda Twellman

Myth #3
Perhaps the worst myth out there is that baby bunnies are weaned and ready to be sold at three to four weeks of age. So many people think that because rabbits are eating solid food at that age that the rabbits are ready to be away from mom.
The Truth: This is probably one of the myths that upsets the reputable breeders the most. A baby rabbit of only three or four weeks still requires its mother's rich milk even though it may be nibbling solid food. Forcibly weaning it this young can cause serious problems later. Weaning at four weeks of age is strictly for the commercial rabbit meat grower and only under controlled conditions!

Myth #4
You can tell everything you need to know about a rabbit from a pedigree.
The Truth: A pedigree is only as good as the person writing it. Anyone who wants can falsify a pedigree to make a rabbit appear better than it is. I say, know who you are dealing with, and if you feel uneasy, go elsewhere to make your purchase.
--Dennis, C.V.R.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Chinese New Years Promotion

Rabbit meat has a mild flavour with a sweet nutty aftertaste, very different to the stronger, gamey taste of hare. As a meat it is quite dry, making it ideal for stews and casseroles. Becoming more and more popular due to it's low fat content, and low cholesterol levels, rabbit is now on the gourmet menu. Nowdays many modern Chinese women prefer eating rabbit meat than chicken during the one-month confinement period after giving birth and the nutritious value of rabbit meat is more than double that of a chicken.

It is also a Chinese belief that eating rabbit meat cooked with herbs can improve one’s health especially if one is suffering from extreme fatigue or recovering from a surgery or illness.

These New Zealand White rabbits, whole, with liver, are the ideal way to spice up a meal, Delicious and nutritious.

Reservation for Chinese New Order 8.01.2011 - 8.02.2011.

1) Rabbit Carcass Whole Rabbit , approx 1.3kg
2) Pure Rabbit Meat, approx 1.0kg
3) Satey Rabbit Meat,

Minimum Order 25 kilogram up to 250 kilogram for item 1 and 2
Purchase Order : 1 weeks before delivery.
Get 10% Off on every purchase

Monday, January 3, 2011

Natural Fat Burning

Discover the incredible weight loss benefits of rabbit, how to best prepare it and how much you should eat to get maximum benefit from rabbit - one of nature's amazing fat burning foods.

Rabbit may be used instead of beef. Rabbit does not taste like any other meat. It has a slightly nutty aftertaste and a light flavor. Lots of people claim that rabbit tastes like chicken.

Rabbits are burrowing mammals that can be kept domestically and also live in the wild. You can buy rabbit meat at specialty meat stores or you can hunt for it.

Fat Burning Benefits of Rabbit

Rabbit is full of protein, low in cholesterol, and low in fat. A 4 ounce portion of rabbit contains only 175 calories, and 7.2 fat grams. This is a little bit less than dark turkey meat without the skin.

Rabbit meat contains a lot of protein and is a good alternative to other kinds of meat. For overall health and proper functioning, the human body must have protein.

Here are some of the vitamins and minerals found in rabbit meat: Copper, zinc, iron, selenium, and the B vitamins 2, 6, and 12. Homocysteine levels are regulated by vitamins B12 and B6. If there is too much homocysteine in the body, it can cause a heart attack, stroke, and/or damage to the blood vessels. The liver is shielded from toxins, the colon protected from cancer, and the bones protected from osteoporosis by these two B vitamins. Rabbit contains vitamin B2 (riboflavin). This is important in supporting oxygen-based energy to the muscles, including the heart.

Glutathione is a protein like antioxidant molecule. It must be constantly renewed. The riboflavin in rabbit meat supports this process.

Rabbit contains selenium that works as an antioxidant to remove free radicals before they can do damage to your body. Some types of cancer, as well as the ravages of aging, can be battled with selenium. Selenium is also very important in maintaining good thyroid functioning and supporting a healthy immune system.

Rabbit meat contains copper, which is necessary for many body functions including the development, growth and maintenance of bodily organs such as the heart, brain, connective tissue and also the bones. The synthesis of proteins and enzymes, the utilization and absorption of iron, and the formation of red blood cells are all supported by copper. Cellular energy is produced by the enzymes. This helps regulate blood clotting, transportation of oxygen, and nerve transmission.

Rabbit meat contains Zinc, which is a powerful anti-inflammatory, that guards against infection. It also helps the body maintain a healthy digestive tract. Additionally, it helps with the absorption of calcium and prevents osteoporosis. It also strengthens the immune system and increases white blood count.

Rabbit meat contains iron, which is a building block of hemoglobin. This is what makes it possible for your blood to carry oxygen throughout your body. Proper metabolism and production of energy depend upon these key enzymes.


Press Release


New rabbit-inspired reunion dishes and sumptuous seafood fare to usher in the Year of the Royal Rabbit at Szechuan Court (Singapore)
Promising to quell the tiger's roar, the year of the rabbit bodes blessings of peace and harmony, and is an especially auspicious time to renew family ties and strengthen business relations.

Hopping onto the harmonious forecast for this year is Szechuan Court's Head Chef Sebastian Goh, who has specially created two new "bunny-inspired" delicacies to bring together family, friends and associates for hearty reunions this Lunar New Year.
"Lucky Rabbit" Yusheng with Salmon, Tuna, Abalone, Pomegranate, Jackfruit and Beetroot ($188)
Headlining the Lunar New Year celebrations at Szechuan Court is Chef Sebastian's "Lucky Rabbit Yu Sheng", elaborately styled on a platter in the shape of an adorable rabbit, known as one of the luckiest signs in the Chinese zodiac.

This unique creation is not only a delightful sight to behold, but also promises to take your wealth and health to greater heights with every toss and bite.
Traditionally comprising finely-shredded radish, carrots and fish, this festive favourite is given a healthy power-packed twist with the addition of "power fruits" such as pomegranate and beetroot, which are rich sources of antioxidants and cancer fighting agents.

Pomegranate, with its numerous seeds, is a symbol of fruitfulness and fertility in Chinese culture, while its bright red tones add an auspicious touch of colour and tanginess to the dish.

On the other hand, beetroot contains betaine, which is known to significantly lower blood pressure and maintain cardiovascular health, in addition to being rich in Vitamin C, potassium and magnesium.
Spicy Szechuan Heavenly Soup Pot with 18 Treasures and Rabbit Meat (Regular: $198, for 6pax. / Large: $328 for 10pax.) * Option to substitute rabbit meat for chicken meat is also available
Melding Szechuan and Cantonese tradition, Chef Sebastian concocts a spicy rendition of a soup stew abundantly filled with 18 culinary treasures that the whole family can tuck into.

This heartwarming heavenly soup pot brims with premium and freshly-marinated ingredients such as house-smoked abalone, beef tendon, fish belly, fish fillets, fish maw, fish cartilage, shredded fish lips, dried scallops, clam topshell, oysters, meatballs, flower mushroom, chicken mushroom, beancurd and cabbage, simmered in a rich stock and topped with spring onion, chilli and Szechuan peppercorn.
Says Chef Sebastian, "This being the year of the rabbit, I thought that this would be auspicious opportunity to introduce rabbit meat to Chinese diners by adding it into this dish, as rabbit is very seldom featured in Chinese cuisine."
New Lunar New Year Seafood Signatures Other premium highlights from Chef Sebastian's Lunar New Year repertoire include Slow-cooked Marble Goby with Fish Stock and Chinese Herbs ($12/100g), Deep-fried Tiger Prawns tossed with Salted Egg Yolk, Golden Corn and Basil Leaves ($18/100g), and Black Olive Fried Rice served with Braised Black Truffle Oil Lobster ($18/100g).
Lavender Nian Gao ($8 per pc) No Lunar New Year feast would be complete without Nian Gao, or sweet sticky cake, said to bring greater heights of prosperity year after year, as its name implies.

Chef Sebastian has infused the essence of lavender flowers into this time-honoured favourite, with a sprinkling of sliced coconut, creating an exquisite and aromatic dessert.
Lunar New Year Prosperity Set Menus and Promotions Szechuan Court also offers a wide array of Prosperity Set Menus for family reunions, 'lo hei ' luncheons and celebratory feasts.

Priced from $70 to $138 per person, the menus range from 8 to 10 courses and feature sumptuous delicacies such as Truffle-braised Whole 12-head Abalone served with Dried Oyster and Poached Spinach, Double-boiled Fish Cartilage and Fish Belly in Superior Ginseng Chicken Soup, and Slow-cooked Duck with Spices served with Osmanthus-laced Minced Pork stuffed in Thorny Sea Cucumber.
Guests will enjoy a free flow of soft drinks for celebrations comprising 30 guests or more, coupled with a complimentary pair of mandarin oranges for each guest for parties of 60 guests or more.

Guests will also receive a $10 prosperity voucher for every $120 spent from 17 January to 17 February 2011, which is redeemable at Szechuan Court from 18 February to 31 March 2011.

All Lunar New Year dishes and menus will be available at from 17 January to 17 February 2011 at Szechuan Court, Level 3, Fairmont Singapore.

For dining reservations and enquiries, please call +65 6431 6156 or email: or for Malaysian you can get the fresh rabbit meat from Beruas Agrofarm. For enquiries, please call 0192043250 or Email