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    7 Reviews |  By Alli Z.

    I got this off of a website about the great benefits of eating bison as opposed to beef. I was gifted a bunch of bison for a wedding present & had no idea how to cook it. In reality you only have to roast bison for half as long as you would a traditional beef roast as bison is so lean. This is a wonderful recipe & your guests wouldn't think anything other than WOW this is a great roast!

    Recipe #343116

    This is a recipe I came up with on my own after my mom gave me the basics on how she does hers. The leaner the Turkey, the better. I also try to get the Low-Sodium Kidney Beans, Tomatoes & Tomato sauce to cut down on the salt. The habanero pepper is optional if you don't like spicy chili, but I find it a must. I usually just buy a jar of habanero peppers whole & cut that up really fine & throw it in with the seeds & juice & all. I make this every Sunday & put it in plastic containers & freeze. They make a great & easy lunch or dinner when you don't feel like cooking. I usually take mine to work, then set it on my desk until lunchtime, then just microwave it for about 2 minutes.

    Recipe #249290

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