Anyone have bison recipes that they love?
I'm so excited!! We're getting a side of bison--chemical free, humanely raised, etc... We've eaten bison before and like it but i've never actually cooked with it. Life is such an adventure
you know, i used ground bison once in meatloaf and it was delicious! I also made hamburgers. amazing, and to me and my family, more juicy than cow burgers!.
my next meal with bison will be stew....cubed bison with carrots, onions, potatoes, a little water added to make a nice gravy.
I can't think of any recipes, but I always just cook it as beef keeping in mind that it has less fat. I'm jealous... bison is WAY too expensive here so we only get it occasionally. Yummmmm!
So i guess that moist cooking methods would be better for bison then, if it's not as naturally juicy/fatty?
A lot of pple grow bison around here, so the price is comparable to beef if you get a whole side. To buy smaller cuts is just astronomically expensive though.
I cant wait. I feel like a little kid waiting for christmas morning. :LOL