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Roamin' Buffalo

BlueSmokeBlueSmoke Posts: 1,678
edited 8:44PM in EggHead Forum
As I strolled past the meat counter at Wally's today, two buffalo steaks roamed into my cart. Question is: how to cook them? I have no experience with buffalo. In general terms, we prefer our beef rare. Will T-Rex give us a good result?[p]TIA


  • buffalo3.jpg
    <p />BlueSmoke,
    That is a pic of tri-tip. Rare is absolutely the best. TRex should be great.[p]My buffalo source is just a couple miles from the house.[p]buffalo1.jpg[p]I only eat buffalo a couple times a year but sure is good.[p]Mike

  • BlueSmoke,
    agree with car wash mike, we prefer med. rare and trex works.

  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,271
    BlueSmoke,[p]I've got 2 bison ribeyes sitting in the fridge waiting for the evening meal. If the weather is not too nasty, I will T-Rex 'em on the Egg, or pan sear them on the range if it is. Because most bison meat has so little fat in or on it, its really easy to get dry meat. Don't press down on them if possible. Having some sauteed onion or mushrooms on the side gives you a little cushion in the event that the meat is cooked a little too long.[p]If you don't like rare or medium rare, you can either brine or marinade bison steaks, and they will turn out fine at medium done. [p]gdenby

  • BlueSmoke,
    Have a nice meal.[p]Mike

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