Buffalo Burger Night [recipe]

Can you say deliciousness? Our Tuesday dinner last night was something I had never tried before, but something I was dying to try. Especially after Patrick bought the ingredients 🙂
imageWe made buffalo burgers! I know everyone [including and especially me] is always looking for a lean source of protein, and sometimes ground turkey or chicken can get a little boring… not always! But sometimes it’s nice to switch things up. So I went through our freezer and found our ground buffalo meat we were saving and KNEW tonight was the night.

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This “recipe” is incredibly simple. It requires you to go out and buy organic [preferred way of eating meat] ground buffalo meat. We got ours at Woodman’s or Pick n’ Save, just an easy-access/inexpensive grocery store in the area. Next, grab bags and handfuls and large quantities of awesome vegetables to sautee on the side. Finally, buy the best carb/bread/bun you can find in the bakery area, which for me, is of course a pretzel bun.
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After Patrick and I ran last night, I came home, made patties with the meat, added some seasonings to our liking, sauteed some mushrooms, green beans, and peas (my FAVE) and voila! Our dinner was complete!

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Yes, this was a super easy put-together recipe, but that’s how we roll around here most of the time, and the meat tasted AWESOME. Patrick likes his burgers more on the rare side and I definitely cook mine til there’s no more pink. It just weirds me out.

Have you ever tried buffalo meat? What did you think? I would definitely buy this again. I’m a big fan!

Peace and Love and Good Eats, xoxo.

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