Store bison sliders in your freezer until you're ready to use them. For thawing tips, please read Safely Defrosting Frozen Food for Maximum Flavor
Treat bison sliders as you would beef sliders. Bison’s less-fatty flavor means they can be paired with cheeses and bacons without running as much of a risk of overwhelming the taster’s palette with grease. Or, you can leave such things off for a more health-conscious slider.
Of course, though this meat has been formed into patties for your convenience, it could also be broken up and used as ground bison in ground meat recipes like meatloaf, meatballs, etc.
In general, bison meat can be cooked as you would similar cuts of beef and substituted in beef recipes. The only important consideration is to take its faster cooking rate into account so it doesn’t overcook and dry out. Because bison is much higher in protein and also a little denser in texture, you’re likely to get full with smaller portions.
Bison pairs well with rich, rustic flavors like chile peppers, beer, cumin, red wine, rosemary, and sage.
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Recommended Internal Cooking Temp:
The USDA recommends cooking all ground meats to an internal temperature of 160°F.