National Bison Association

May 18, 2012 at 10:44 AM | Posted in bison, diabetes friendly, grilling, low calorie, low carb | Leave a comment
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For all you Bison Lovers out there, like myself, here’s a great web site on Bison http://www.bisoncentral.com/home It has everything you want to know about bison from where to buy it, nutrition, and even recipes. When you get time check it out.

Cooking Tips

Here is an excerpt from the Buffalo is Heart Healthy cookbook, available exclusively through the National Bison Association.

“Although buffalo meat is similar to beef, it needs to be handled and cooked differently. You will find most recipes for other red meats can be adapted to buffalo. The important things to remember are, DO NOT OVERCOOK!!!, and, do not let the meat dry out.

Remember “low and slow.” Cook buffalo meat to the same doneness that you prefer in beef. We recommend medium. Overcooked or dried out buffalo meat will bring you the same results as other meats that are overcooked – something nearly as palatable as an old boot. If you must have your meat well done, consider one of the very low temperature (180-200 degrees) recipes, where the meat is cooked for 10 hours or more. Very slow, moist heat works especially well with the less tender cuts of buffalo, such as chuck. There is nothing to compare with a buffalo chuck roast cooked all day in a slow cooker. With slow cooking, you do not have to worry about overcooking, let it cook until it falls apart.

For steak or burgers, medium heat is recommended and it is even more important to not …

Read the entire article by clicking the link below:

http://www.bisoncentral.com/cooking-bison/cooking-tips

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