Bison Brisket with Roasted Potatoes & Gravy. Sorry for my sighing in this video, but I was in a lot of pain when created it. Ison meat is incredibly tender and flavorful. It has a rich and slightly sweet taste, which can be described as "light" or "clean" tasting.
Place the brisket roast on a large piece of aluminum foil. Spread the BBQ sauce mixture generously over meat. Rich Balsamic Glazed Bison Filet Mignon. You can have Bison Brisket with Roasted Potatoes & Gravy using 7 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Bison Brisket with Roasted Potatoes & Gravy
- You need of Bison Brisket.
- Prepare of small yellow / golden potatoes.
- You need of water.
- It’s of bison or beef broth.
- You need of NebraskaBison.com Steak & Burger Seasoning (or your favorite seasoning mix).
- You need of flour (for gravy).
- It’s of salt & pepper, to taste (for gravy).
This is a simple and elegant dinner for two. Wonderful served with steamed asparagus and baby red potatoes. Cut each potato in half lengthwise. Potatoes can be cooked through this stage up to a day in advance and stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator.
Bison Brisket with Roasted Potatoes & Gravy step by step
- Season both sides of brisket with Steak & Burger Seasoning. Add brisket to a large roasting pan, along with water, broth and potatoes. Roast at 250*F for 6 hours..
- Remove from roasting pan and allow to rest for 10-15 minutes..
- Add juices from roasting pan to a skillet and turn on medium low heat. Add 1/4 cup flour and salt and pepper to taste. Mix continuously until gravy thickens. Serve over brisket and potatoes..
Transfer potatoes to a serving platter with a slotted spoon, leaving excess fat behind. Increase heat to high until leftover fat is smoking. Every bite of this slow roasted, smoked prime rib melts in your mouth; it's juicy, tender and extremely flavourful. Recipe: Roasted Potatoes with Bacon & Brussels Sprouts. The combination of bacon, Brussels sprouts, and potatoes is always a win, no matter what you do with them (Brussels and pork are meant to be together).