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Bison Meatloaf (Gluten Free Of Course)

Tammy LeMesurier

For Dinner


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10 minutes to prepare and 60 minutes to cook

Serves lots of


Can't begin to explain the flavours that burst in your mouth when you eat this. It is a bigger batch recipe, (the orig makes almost 10 loaves) but is well worth having in the freezer for one of those last minute meals.

When cooled you can even slice it into 1 inch portions and wrap individually to pop in a lunch bag, makes an awesome sandwich with Ciabatta and melted aged Cheddar... mmmm


10 lbs Ground Bison
.5 lb sundried tomatoes
1.5 lb aged white Cheddar, cubed
2 tsp fresh ground pepper
1 tsp fresh chopped rosemary
1 tbsp salt
2 tbsp roasted garlic paste
2.5 tbsp Lea & Perins Worcestershire sauce
5 tbsp grainy Dijon mustard
1.5 large white onion, diced and sauteed


Preheat oven to 350F.
Spray 3 loaf pans with non stick coating and line with foil.
Combine all ingredients into a large mixing bowl.
Make sure all ingredients are incorporated equally.
Divide mixture into 3 and put into loaf pans ensuring to push into the corners, smooth tops.
Cover pans with foil.
Bake for 60 minutes or until done.
Let cool slightly before removing from pans.



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    Well then don't eat them! :o)
    No I have never had the privilege to visit your beautiful country... but I hope to one day.

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    I'm from Australia... and they say that Kangaroo is a gamey type of a meat! Have you ever tried Kangaroo? I always feel bad eating them, they are one of our national mascots after all

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    Hi Paleo, it's very simular but different. Bison ( Canadian Buffalo)> It's been said that Bison is nutritionally better for you than beef. It's leaner, and comes very close to Chicken in fats, calories etc except it has way more iron.

    You can use beef for this recipe, or maybe try a gamier meat where you are from?

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    I'm not sure I can get Bison where I am from... but it looks fantastic! Is it similar to beef?