Woot woot so it continues to be a busy busy busy life I have. I am doing my best to get on here as much as I can and keep giving you all recipes. I am not going anywhere, so just bear with me as I keep trucking through life and doing my best to cook, photo, type, and post when I can. I appreciate each and everyone of you, so THANK YOU for being so supportive all the time. Without further adieu, here is a delicious and simple Bison Stew done in the Crock Pot. Enjoy
- 2 pounds bison stew meat
- 2 onions sliced
- 6 carrots peeled and sliced
- 1 bell pepper diced
- 3 stalks celery diced
- 2 jalapeños diced
- 28 ounces fire roasted tomatoes
- 8 ounces tomato sauce
- handful of fresh cilantro diced
- 1 tablespoon oregano
- salt and pepper to taste
- Line the bottom of your crock pot with your onions, carrots, bell pepper, celery, and jalapeños
- Add in your bison stew meat
- Add in all remaining ingredients
- Set Crock Pot on low and cook for between 6-8 hours on low
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How long in the Instant Pot? Any idea?
Thanks for sharing – we are going to give this a try this week. We will probably make a big batch and freeze it. Pinning to our “Paleo Meals” Pinterest board – thanks!
Great idea!!! Thank goodness for Pinterest.
Can’t wait to try this recipe but shouldn’t there be some type of “liquid” as well (i.e. water, beef stock, etc)???
I used beef and chicken instead of the bison meat and threw in a diced turnip because what is a caveman meal with only one root veggie :)
This recipe BLEW ME AWAY it was so good. I’m generally a fan of my own cooking (LOL!) but this recipe really wow’d me. I made it with beef instead of bison and am already planning to make it again next week. SUPER delish!
Thank you Lisa :)
This was the first recipe I’ve cooked off your website; I’m fairly new to the paleo lifestyle but am excited to eat healthier and cleaner. I have to say this recipe was excellent! I added an additional Serrano pepper to spice things up further and it worked out perfect. Thanks for all the great tips and recipes…I look forward to trying many more on here.
Oh awesome, that sounds yummy. Look forward to hearing from you more
The only cut of bison I’ve ever had was bison tongue…but this looks like a fantastic and simple stew! I may have to source out some bison meat…
Ah yes, I love all Bison
Looks yummy. Why does bison meat have to be so expensive! It’s running $8.99/lb here – but that’s just the ground bison meat. I’ll wait until they put it on sale :(
Yea CJ it is pricey sometimes, I just follow the sales on Tropical Traditions and get it when its on sale there