People are discovering the delicious
healthy taste of buffalo meat. With a taste with just slightly
sweeter and richer natural flavor than fine beef, buffalo has the
added benefit of more proteins and nutrients with fewer calories and
less fat than beef.
Custer County Market
offers most popular cuts including,
Rib eye, New York Strip and Sirloin Steaks.
Also for your consideration are Chuck Roasts, Bratwurst, Hotdogs,
Salami, Jerky and freshly ground
When cooking buffalo meat, remember to trim all fat . Grill steaks
and patties over low heat and flip the meat several times to avoid
overcooking. It is very lean meat with no fat marbling and requires
a little more attention to achieve the perfect and most satisfying
natural food you have ever tasted.
To broil, move your rack on notch down from the broilers flames to
avoid cooking to quickly.
To roast, set the oven temperature at 250 degrees F, slow roast
until the thermometer registers 155 F in the center of the meat.
Remove from oven and leave covered before carving to redistribute
juices throughout the meat to enhance flavor.
Although buffalo meat is similar to beef, it needs to
be handled and cooked differently. Most recipes for other red meats
can be adapted to buffalo. The important things to remember
are, do not overcook and do not let the meat dry out.