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edited 7:43PM in EggHead Forum
Ground Bison...
I picked up a pack of ground bison from BJs Wholesale Club out of interest and wanted to make a couple of burgers with it. But I’m unsure how to go about doing it... :ermm: should I just use salt, pepper and form patties like I do with ground beef?? Any advice will be greatly appreciated thanks


  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,935
    The biggest difference between bison and beef is that bison is almost always a lot more lean than beef. So if you are going to make burgers, you might want to add a little extra fluid. Mix ketchup and mustard into it before cooking, or add some wooster or teruyaki. If pan frying, add a little butter.

    Works great with sauce dishes like spaghetti.
  • bubba timbubba tim Posts: 3,216
    It needs fats. Zippy, I think regrinds his with bacon. Other than that, same as you would beef.
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  • thanks for that info i have bacon in the freezer and use some in the Ground Bison Burgers
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