Time: 20 min. Difficulty:Easy Rations: 4
1 rabbit of 1-1.5 kg, 2 large green peppers, olive oil, wheat flour, black pepper and salt.
1. Chop the rabbit, salt and pepper it and pass it through flour. Then fry it in batches in a pan with olive oil until golden brown.
2. Once fried, place the rabbit on absorbent paper to remove excess oil.
3. Clean the peppers, cut them into thin julienne strips and sauté them in a frying pan with a little oil. When they are ready, add a little salt.
4. Serve the rabbit hot along with a few strips of pepper.
TRICKS AND TIPS:
Peppers can also be roasted in the oven, thus putting fewer calories on the plate. If we want to give it more color, one option is to include peppers of different colors, green, red and / or yellow. To achieve a balanced dish in nutrients, it is recommended to include a garnish rich in carbohydrates such as rice, pasta or potato. A good option would be to roast the potatoes in the oven together with the peppers, making them more digestive and incorporating less fat than with frying. You can also accompany the dish with bread.
In this recipe, the vitamin contribution is completed with peppers, one of the foods richest in vitamin C. Rabbit meat is an excellent source of B vitamins, especially B3, B6 and B12. In addition, the olive oil used for frying is a source of vitamin E.
NUTRITIONAL CONTRIBUTION PER RATION:
Energy: 435 kcal / Proteins: 37 g / Carbohydrates: 9 g / Fat: 28 g