Bison Burger – French Onion Style Recipe

Bison Burger Main Pic

This Bison Burger is Awesome and the benefits are great.  The meat is very lean and it’s low in Cholesterol, so you’re going to get a solid patty that just screams perfection if you follow my directions.  And just in case you missed the title, this is a French Onion style Bison Burger.  That doesn’t mean we’re going to slam this burger with Funyuns or those french onions you normally top your green bean casserole with, no.  This is more like a French Onion Soup Burger, if you can imagine that.  So, as you’ll see in the video below, I go through all of the steps of preparing and caramelizing the onions in a soup fashion so we can top off this patty with perfection.  And that’s why I’m using Swiss Cheese!

If you are interested in a few other Hamburger ideas, I’ve got a fantastic Double Ground Beef Hamburger and some Turkey Burger Slider recipes if you’d like to check those out.  Just click the two links below for each of those.

CLICK HERE for Turkey Burger Sliders:
CLICK HERE for Double Ground Beef Burger:

Bison Burger Ingredients:

1 lbs Ground Bison
1 pkg Onion Hamburger Buns
1 Yellow Onion, sliced
1 Red Onion, sliced
1 Garlic Clove, chopped
1 tsp Fresh Parsley, chopped
1/2 tsp Italian Seasoning
1/2 tsp Sugar
1/4 cup Beef Broth
2 tbsp Red Wine
1/2 tsp Beef Bouillon
1/2 tsp Black Pepper
1 Bay Leaf
Mayonnaise to taste

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