I took the opportunity to consult my Mum on rabbits and received about 20 different recipes, so will go through them and see which one reads tastiest.
So chicken cushion. I forgot to ask at what temperature to cook it and for how long, I guessed at gas mark 6 (200 degrees) and left it in for about 45 minutes, while I got everything else ready. This is what it looked like as a whole:
The only thing I did was to spray the tin foil with grape seed oil and also spray some on top. I also gave it a couple of sprays while it was roasting too.
To accompany the chicken, I steamed some broccoli, we haven't had that for a while and made a creamy warm potato salad.
300 ml créme fraîche
1 bunch of chives
1 tbsp dried dill
salt and pepper
1 kg waxy salad potatoes
- Stir the créme fraîche smooth.
- Cut the chives finely and add, along with dill, salt and pepper. Stir in well and leave to stand in the fridge for a few hours. It should taste a bit too salty and will become right once mixed with the potatoes.
- Wash and dice the potatoes, then steam them until just done. Be careful not to over-cook so they go mushy.
- Let cool slightly, then pour in the créme fraîche mixture and stir in carefully and serve straight away.
This turned out to be quite delicious.