Meat Balls and Curry have to be two of my favorite things. Bison meat is a new favorite.
For those of you who get the video game references, you know know what a Geeky Gamer I am, and the rest of you now know that I am not 100% Vegan.
Bison Meat is Amazing
Bison is also known as the American Buffalo. These animals ran in great herds that the native American Indians relied on so completely for food and sustenance. They respected the Bison greatly and honored them with rituals and art. Thankfully not all the herds were wiped out and we now have some ranchers raising these amazing animals for milk, meat and more. We bought our Bison meat from a herder that has raising open range Bison for almost 100 years.
Bison are far bigger than cows and more strongly built. Despite their size and power they are extremely agile and can pivot off both front and hind feet. You are what you eat and I would rather eat an athletic and happy animal then a poor hormone filled creature that has not been allowed to take a single step since birth like the cows we get our beef from.
Bison is much leaner than beef and open range bison is so much leaner than the leanest meat industry beef that you will be shocked at it’s light yet satisfying taste. A Bison burger tastes great and won’t weight you down like a beef burger will.
Bison Curry Balls Recipe
- 1 lb of ground Open Range raw Bison meat
- 2 Open Range Chicken Eggs
- 1 tablespoon of curry powder
- 1 table spoon of grahm masla powder
- 2 cloves of garlic
- half a shallot or 1 onion
- a pinch of Sea Salt
- 1 cup of nutritional yeast to help hold the meat balls together ( Bison has so little fat it falls apart easily )
Feel Free to serve these Bison Curry Balls on a bed of Power Rice or on a bed of Soba noodle with some saunce. For this dish we used Soba with some of Cat Erickson’s of WorldRedress.com Raw Vegan Cheesy Nut sauce. Soba is my favorite noodle and pasta and if you look at how much protein it has and how it tastes you will see why.
How to prepare
Just take all the ingredients and mix them up by hand. Then turn them into meat balls and cook them as you like. I prefer mine as raw as possible 🙂