|45 patties, 15lbs total|
Antelope burgers are an exciting alternative to traditional beef burgers. Compared to other game meats, antelope has a milder flavor. Its
texture is tender, almost veal-like.
In general antelope averages nine times less fat
than lean ground beef, and less cholesterol than even venison, antelope is a great choice for those searching for healthy alternative meats.
Nilgai antelope (aka “South Texas Antelope”) are a species native to India, Nepal and Pakistan. At some point these antelope were introduced to southern Texas for hunting. Herds of them now live wild on the lands near the Texas-Mexico border with no fences and little to no human interaction.
Because nilgai aren’t native to Texas, they have no natural predators to keep their population at sustainable levels. The Texas antelope meat industry humanely harvests them in order to provide superb meat to restaurants and consumers while controlling antelope numbers.
*No Chemical Ingredients, Minimally Processed.
Store frozen antelope meat in your freezer until you're ready to use it, then thaw as many packs as you need.
For thawing tips, please read Safely Defrosting Frozen Food for Maximum Flavor.
Cook these burgers on the grill and fix them up with simple fixin's so as not to overpower their subtle flavor. Alternatively, the patties can be broken up and used as ground antelope in a host of ground meat recipes, from pasta sauces to meatloaf.
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