Wild game is not something I would have ever considered eating until I dined at Ted’s Montana Grill restaurant a while ago. This opened my eyes to a totally different burger experience!!
Buffalo meat is much leaner than beef and is also extremely high in iron and B vitamins! That’s especially crucial for most ladies!
On a “healthy for the environment” note, you can buy organic, farm-raised, cruelty and hormone-free ground buffalo meat at most grocery stores in the “organic/green” meat section of your grocery store.
You should cook your buffalo burgers the same way you would cook your beef burgers. Make sure you get the grill at least to medium high for a bit to reach an internal temp of at least 160 degrees Farenheit, and watch the color. Pink= rare, how I like it. 🙂
For extra piquant flavor, I added blue cheese and made the B-trifecta: Blue Buffalo Burgers.
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I'm Robyn, The GrillGirl behind GrillGirl.com. My focus is on healthy, simple and creative recipes on the grill. I encourage women to learn to grill as it is a great way to create healthy, flavorful dishes without all the fuss and clean up in the kitchen.