Braised Bison Stew with Silk Road Spices
“I love the scent of this stew as our native Albertan bison simmers the day away in a slow cooker filled with the warmest flavours spices can impart. If you can’t access bison, as we can here in Western Canada, beef will be a wonderful substitute.” ~ Karen Anderson the President and CEO of Alberta Food Tours, Inc.
Enjoy her recipe below for Braised Bison Stew with Silk Road spices.
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