In HD Videos, Nutrition

August 01, 2012

Video Article

Do sage bison burgers with balsamic bacon apple chutney sound fancy? Not to worry. Juli Bauer of PaleOMG.com shows you how simple it is.

“It’s a mouthful, but it’s gonna be delicious,” she says.

The ingredients include five to six strips of bacon, one apple, half of a red onion, 1 lb. of ground bison, fresh chopped sage, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper and balsamic vinegar.

Bauer begins by cooking the bacon, removing it from the skillet, and throwing the apples and onions into the bacon fat. After about seven minutes, she adds 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar and a bit of salt. Then she throws the bacon back in.

The burgers are cooked in the skillet as well. After about five minutes on each side, all that’s left is scooping up some chutney and adding it right on top of each patty.

“These are perfect for a dinner party,” Bauer explains, “’cause even though they’re just burgers, they’re elegant—because you have chutney.”

To download the recipe for sage bison burgers, click here.

Video by Again Faster.

7min 2sec

HD file size: 191 MB
SD wmv file size: 84 MB
SD mov file size: 44 MB

Please note: These files are larger than normal Journal videos. For smoother viewing, please download the entire file to your hard drive before watching it (right-click and choose Save Link As...).

Additional reading: Paleo Potluck by E.M. Burton, published April 1, 2012.

Download

Comment

10 Comments on “Cooking Sage Bison Burgers ”

1

wrote …

'Bout time HQ and The Journal recognized the brilliance of Juli :) I'm not any kind of cook but I can fake it pretty well now thanks to Juli and PaleOMG. Everything I've made of hers (and almost all of my home cooked meals are from PaleOMG.com) has been outstanding! Just made the Southwest Meatloaf again last night.

More from Juli (and make her dance next time!) or you're dumb!

2

wrote …

I made this today at lunch and it was indeed, bomb-diggity.

3

wrote …

Juli is the best!! I am totally making these, too. Thanks, Juli. You rock.

4

wrote …

This is one of my favorite go-to meals! I love PaleOMG bc she has lots of recipes to satisfy my sweets cravings that are easy and don't make me feel sick from grains and dairy!

5

wrote …

Love the Beam bottle in the background...oh and good burgers too.

6

wrote …

Can't really say enough good things! Been paleo cooking now for many years, but my recipes are pretty lackluster. This is a whole new happy twist!

7

wrote …

Thanks Juli!!! Love from Japan just made this and my wife thinks I am a genius !!!! Ha ha you made me a hero =p

8

wrote …

Great idea with the apple-bacon-balsamic chutney. Can't wait to try it.

9

replied to comment from Steve Quatchak

the smirnoff might be paleo,,, but I don't think the beam is. Juli rocks! Watch out Rachel Ray.

10

wrote …

made this last night and it was wonderful! will be adding it to my list of favorites!

Leave a comment

Comments (You may use HTML tags for style)