Wild Idea Buffalo Product Spotlight – Buffalo Ground Products

July 2, 2014 at 5:34 AM | Posted in Wild Idea Buffalo | Leave a comment
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Wild Idea Buffalo Burger

Wild Idea Buffalo meat is as good as food gets. Grass-fed buffalo not only leads the way on the nutritional frontier, but its rich, earthy and slightly sweet taste will be sure to please your palate. I hope you find these basic instructions helpful in making your buffalo experience a pleasant one. When in doubt, remember, Wild Idea Buffalo meat is naturally lean and so it is easy to over cook. We recommend cooking it no more then medium. If you have additional questions on preparation, feel free to contact me, at 866-658-6137 or by email at jill@wildideabuffalo.com or info@wildidieabuffalo.com.
Cheers! Jill
Temperature Guide–Internal temperatures of meat:
Rare – 130 degrees. Medium-rare – 140 degrees. Medium – 155 degrees.

Ground Products:
90% Lean Wild Idea Ground Buffalo

We use the finest cuts for our trim. A healthy, delicious staple for all of your favorite ground meat dishes! Grill, sear, bake or sauté.
99% Lean Ground Round

We use the Top Round and remove all exterior fat, for this super lean meat. It is rich and dark in taste and color. Use as a substitute for ground meat dishes, or use for Steak Tartar. When grilling or sautéing do not over cook, as meat will be become dry. Recommend cooking no more then medium rare.
Wild Idea Ready Made Buffalo Burgers

I find it easier to prepare the ready-made patties while they are still partially frozen. Pull apart partially thawed burgers. Rub with olive oil and salt and pepper. To achieve a medium rare temperature, place on a hot grill for 2.5 minutes each side, closing grill during grilling time.



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