Cuban Picadillo Wild Bison
A traditional dish in Latin American countries with flavors that are just as diverse as their countries of Origen
This Cuban-inspired dish has layers of flavors and textures that will make you want to dance a Salsa!
Our unique take on this traditional dish combines the sweet flavor of Bison with the tang of briny green capers for a dish that will make you say whoa!!! That hit the spot!!!
Every family has their own version of picadillo, Some are spicy and some are sweet and we can't wait for you to try our wild version!! Our Picadillo is Gluten Free and Nut Free for those with food sensitivities.
Nutrition InformationIngredients Bison, Cauliflower, Fire-roasted Tomato, Green Peppers, Colored Peppers, Onion, Capers, Ghee.
|Servings per package - 1
|Serving size - 3 oz (85g)
|Total Calories - 680
|Protein - 52g
|Fat - 46g
|Net Carbohydrates - 12
Backpack Weight information
|Total Package Weight
|20.32cm L × 5.08cm W x 20.32cm H (8"L x 2"W x 7"H)
The Taste of Bison
Compared to beef, bison is lighter, coarser, and tastes slightly sweeter. It’s not gamey, and it doesn’t have much of an aftertaste. If you’ve never tried it before, ground bison is lean and flavorful. Bison produces healthy and delicious meat that can be used in all the same ways as beef. But it’s the taste of bison that will really win you over. With a rich, slightly sweet flavor, the taste of bison is becoming more and more popular.
Benefits & Nutrition
Bison meat often referred to as buffalo meat, is high in protein, iron, and other nutrients, while lower in calories, fat, and cholesterol than other meats. The nutrition comparisons, speak for themselves. Bison is a naturally, lean meat – Bison tastes very much like beef, only better, healthier for you, cleaner tasting, and it has a fuller richer flavor. It is not gamey or wild-tasting.