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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Kosher Meat --> Bison

Aliza's Tender Bison Roast Recipe
Recipe contributed by Aliza Bulow, Denver, CO
Recipe Ingredients:
  • 1 bison roast, any flat cut
  • 1 cup pasta sauce
  • 1 cup dry or semi-dry red wine
  • garlic
  • pepper
  • optional: bed of vegetables
 
You will need: a baking dish or pan, slightly larger than the roast.

Rinse bison and place in baking dish that is just a little bigger than the roast.

Combine sauce with red wine and pour over roast.

Sprinkle liberally with granulated garlic and with pepper to taste.

Cover with parchment paper and heavy-duty aluminum foil, seal edges. The parchment paper provides a layer of protection between the acidic tomato sauce and the foil so that the foil will not flake off on the meat.

Bake at 350 degrees F. for 30 minutes per pound for the first 4 pounds, and 20 min per pound for every pound after that.
Or, bake at 350 degrees F. for half an hour, then reduce heat to 250 for 45 minutes a pound.

If a bed of vegetables is desired, chop 2 onions, 2-3 potatoes, 4 stalks of celery and 2-3 carrots and place in the pan before placing the bison on top.
  • Tip: if placing Bison on a bed of vegetables, use the higher heat or the vegetables will not become tender.

Allow Bison to cool slightly before cutting.

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