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