A bison burger is a hamburger patty made from ground bison meat, which comes from the American bison, also known as buffalo. Bison meat is leaner and generally healthier than beef, as it is lower in fat and calories. The flavor of bison meat is often described as rich, slightly sweet, and more robust than beef, with a tender texture when cooked properly.

To make a bison burger, ground bison meat is seasoned with various herbs and spices according to personal preference. Common seasonings include salt, pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder. Some recipes might also include Worcestershire sauce or other condiments to enhance the flavor.

The bison meat is shaped into burger patties, usually similar in size to traditional beef burgers, and then cooked on a grill, stovetop, or oven to the desired level of doneness. It’s essential not to overcook bison meat, as it can become dry due to its low fat content. Many people prefer bison burgers cooked to medium-rare or medium for optimal juiciness and tenderness.

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