Sunday, March 6, 2011

About rabbit meat


Rabbit Meat has a distinctive but mild flavour, quite unlike the taste of wild rabbit which many people find too strong. Because of its mild flavour, it is easy to produce a meal which can be as mildly flavoured (Rabbit with Mushrooms and Tomatoes, for example) or as strongly flavoured (Rabbit in a Mustard Sauce) as you wish.

Nutritional Information:

Rabbit Meat is good for you! 100 g (about 3.5 oz) raw rabbit contains 135 KCal and 20 g of Protein. The legs and loins are very low fat - typically 2 - 3%. The shoulders have some fat on them which gives them more flavour (particularly if grilled or barbequed) , but it also increases the fat content to about 7%. However, cholesterol is really low at about 55 mg per 100 g.

As the one of the farm source for Malaysia Rabbit Meat, we can offer you Rabbit any way you want it: whole Rabbit, just Legs or Loins - bone-in, boneless. The Shoulders are really AND rabbit is just as delicious hot in the festive season or special occasion. A really versatile Meat for the 21st Century


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