Rabbit Duck Egg Meatloaf–Low Carb

A long time ago I came up with a recipe for a low carb meatloaf that used hamburger and chicken eggs. Today I made it with ground rabbit meat and duck eggs and it was fantastic. Although this recipe can be made in the oven, I use my Tupperware stack cooker, because it is faster and it still comes out moist in the microwave. But I will include how to make it in the oven at the end.

Ingredients needed:

1 1/4 pounds rabbit meat (or 1.5 pounds hamburger as it will shrink more in cooking):

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1 large handful of shredded Parmesan cheese and 1 large handful of cheddar cheese:

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1 bunch of green onions and 2 heaping large spoonfuls of minced garlic:

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Do not skimp on the garlic. It is what gives this meatloaf its flavor. I know it seems like a lot, but it is not.

4 duck eggs (6 chicken eggs):

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Mix the cheese, green onions, and garlic together:

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Crack your eggs into a bowl and whisk them. Duck eggs take longer to combine the whites and yolks than chicken eggs. You want it to look like this:

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Add eggs to your mixture of cheese, green onions, and garlic:

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Stir to combine:

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Add the ground rabbit:

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Stir gently to combine. Do not overwork it:

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Transfer to the center section of your stack cooker so fat can drain out while cooking. (This wasn’t really necessary with the rabbit, but is with the hamburger.)

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Cook on high for 14 minutes in the microwave or for an hour at 350 in the oven in a casserole dish or meatloaf pan.

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Cut into pieces and serve. Add ketchup or tomato sauce if desired. With the rabbit mixture a lot of the egg leaked through and no fat did, and cooked on the bottom of the stack cooker. We just spooned it out and on top of the meatloaf. Next time I make it, I won’t transfer it to the center section of the stack cooker as it doesn’t seem necessary.

And on a different note, it looks like both Persephone and Cinnabun have given or are in the process of giving birth, both a day early on day 31. So I may have a kindle update tonight or in the morning depending on how each doe is doing and whether or not I think they can handle some interference today. Fortunately today and yesterday were much cooler days than they have been. We even got some good rain yesterday. I am happy they did not have to give birth in the 90’s.

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