Juicy SteaksBring your steak to room temperature, but wait to add salt until just before cooking. This helps to retain moisture and keep your steak juicy. Season with just olive oil, salt, and fresh-cracked pepper to create a delicious flavor crust which will also keep the inside tender
Recommendation: Rare to Medium-Rare
Internal Temp: 122-128°F
Time: See chart above
Let Rest: 5-10 minutes before serving
A delightful changeTry ground bison instead of ground beef in all of your favorite recipes. Wonderful for burgers, delicious as the base for your family’s Bolognese. Raise the bar on meatloaf night with a terrific bison recipe.
Preparation: Similar to beef.
Use for: Burgers, meatballs, meatloaf, chili, and more
Available: 85% or 90% Lean
Braise or BarbequeBison ribs have far less fat than beef ribs, so they cook differently (and taste delicious!) We suggest braising and barbecuing bison ribs in sauce instead of smoking, which will keep them juicy and tender. Get creative with your sauce: Try soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, and brown sugar for an incredible Asian-style flavor, or cumin and turmeric for Indian inspiration.
Recommendation: Add onion, shallots, or leeks to compliment the flavor
Brown: Don’t be shy—Sear ribs until they’re a rich golden brown
The Perfect Pot: With a tight-fitting lid
Temp: 320°F max
Rest: 5-10 minutes covered on a warm plate
Sausages & BratsHigh Plains Bison sausages are already cooked and simply need to be heated. Whether you serve your sausage on a bun or as the centerpiece of an entrée, you’ll love our natural spices and savory flavors.
Tip: Simmer gently for 5 minutes prior to grilling to soften casings
Spices: All Natural
Preparation: Fully cooked. Just heat and serve.