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Because bison is so lean, traditional roasting times are much shorter and we recommend medium rare for optimal taste and tenderness. For those who prefer their bison well done; sirloin tip, tri-tip and inside round roasts offer a delicious alternative. Slow cooked in rich liquid to retain moisture, these extra value roasts yield a juicy, mouth-watering, fall off the fork, taste experience.
For those with smaller appetites, roasts offer great value. Leftovers can be made into soups, stews and casseroles. Some of us have been to known to cook a roast just for the out of this world sandwiches the next day. Slice or cube leftover roasted bison into smaller batches, store in airtight sealed plastic bags in your freezer for up to one year.
This is quite possibly the easiest way to create a magnificent bison prime rib. The unique rub mixture keeps the roast moist and creates a very flavorful crust. The only trick is keeping the oven door closed. You’ll be tempted to open the door and inhale deeply. >> Read More
Garlic and rock salt work in harmony to accent the juice of this succulent roast, which grills to perfection if you follow the simple directions. This carves like a dream and has been known to earn a standing ovation for the grill-master. >> Read More
This is an elegant meal that creates a beautiful entrée for a special occasion. The creamy horseradish offers a tangy contrast to the mild, slightly sweet taste of the bison. >> Read More
You’ll love this juicy sirloin tip roast made with a fragrant honey mustard herb crust. Quick to assemble and roast, this recipe yields a savory au jus that is delicious poured over buttermilk mashed potatoes. The next day, thinly slice leftover bison (assuming there is any) and… >> Read More
This is the quintessential football playoffs slow cooker recipe. Your sports enthusiasts will be cheering for the beer/garlic combination, which is a winner every season. Assemble the ingredients in the morning, turn on the slow cooker (or the oven) and flaunt your team colors. >> Read More
The lean tri tip is the bottom part of the sirloin. Grilled with this complex spice rub, it produces a pungent, tender eating experience. Make the spice rub the night before so the flavors seep into the roast and grill the next day. >> Read More
Best friends know the importance of sharing quality time. Easy to assemble, this one dish meal slowly simmers on your stovetop, or in the oven, or in your slow cooker to create moist tender morsels of bison and hearty root vegetables. If you have leftovers, share the… >> Read More
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