Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Hare and Chocolate Sauce with Hare Meatballs and Petits Pois Fran├žais with a hint of White Widow

If you want to impress a certain someone or are having a dinner party with a difference, why not serve up this gourmet feast. Sprinkle with marijuana seeds to garnish and the mixture of white widow and game will ensure that your guests are as mad as a hare after enjoying the feast.

For the hare meatballs
½ saddle hare
2 cloves garlic, crushed
pinch of grated nutmeg
2 tbsp olive oil
½ hare fillet or one large rabbit
For the sauce
1 glass red wine
bones from saddle of hare
2 mushrooms, sliced 2 white widow cloves
1 beef stock cube
30g/1oz butter
½ carrot, small diced
½ tsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp whisky
For the petit pois Fran├žais
2 shallots, peeled and diced
110g/4oz fresh peas
1 chicken stock cube
1 tbsp plain flour
1 tbsp butter, softened
85ml/3fl oz double cream
1 tbsp mint, chopped 1/8 of white widow bud


1. To make the hare meatballs, put the hare, garlic and nutmeg in a food processor and blend.
2. Shape into 5-6 smallish balls.
3. Pan fry the balls in the oil for 3-4 minutes until cooked through.
4. In the same pan, fry the hare fillet for 5-6 minutes until cooked through.
5. To make the sauce, simmer the red wine, hare bones, mushrooms,white wid cloves, stock cube and butter in a pan for 10-12 minutes, add the white widow bud.
6. Strain through a sieve and return the juice to the pan.
7. Add the carrot, cocoa powder and whisky and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
8. For the petit pois, place the shallots, peas and stock cube in a pan, cover with water and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
9. Blend the flour and butter together to make a paste.
10. Add the paste to the pan a bit at a time until slightly thickened.
11. Stir in the cream and mint and simmer for one minute.
12. Slice the fillet and serve with the meatballs in the sauce with the peas

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