Any one have a good recipe to cook Bison? I was just going to grill it but wanted to hear some other ideas.
It is a little dry. So I like adding feta cheese to it. Add chopped chives and you got yourself a tasty burger.
If you want a lower fat alternative: olive oil, black pepper, with a little salt. Worcesteshire sauce is also good; would be nice with a minced garlic or a finely chopped onion. If it falls apart when cooking, add an eggs.
Thanks bro. I threw it in a pan and friend it with Jalopenos and abodo. It was pretty good.
add 1 tbs olive oil and montreal steak seasoning and cook into a burger. add bbq sauce = amazing
never ate bison is it good?
they have the bison all cuts at the Henrys out by me.
I love Bison, just wish it was cheaper around here
Bison is so much better than beef from a health standpoint, sad that it is entirely too under-produced therefore expensive. It does taste extremely good if you cook it right though you have to be careful with steaks, they can dry out easily as mentioned above.
had bison T-bones lastnyte, FML thoses were way too good.
The trick with bison is too cook it at a slightly lower temp than you would with regular beef due to how lean it is. Sear it, then drop the temp and cook it to your preferred temp.
Anywhere in northern ca that has them?
i just brown my bison in a skillet, add in some wild long grain brown rice and peas... a little hot sauce to jazz it up... simple, quick and easy
bison patties taste great when pan broiled and sprayed with olive oil and steak seasoning until.. cook until the blood rises to surface of the meat.
I had some buffalo for the first time today. I really enjoyed it. I just browned it up in an electric skillet with some macademia nut oil. Its a great tasting meat. Being a Cajun, I had to add a lil Toneys Chacherie. I had that with some sweet potatos.