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    I found a package of ground moose meat buried in the freezer over the weekend and decided to make some burgers last night. I didnt add any beef or fat to it all. They turned out fantastic, were juicy, and not dry int he slightest. I cooked them to 165 F.

    -500g of ground moose
    -1 teaspoon onion powder
    -1 tablespoon minced garlic
    -1 teaspoon chili powder
    -1 egg
    - some breadcrumbs for binding (maybe 1/3 cup)?
    -various minced herbs from the garden

    My main takeaway is that there was absolutely no need to add beef or fat to the moose meat. Wont ever do that again.
    Last edited by blasted_saber; June 23rd, 2020 at 09:01 AM.

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    Moose burger is perfect on it's own, very mild.

    I had a few bags but my kid gladly finished off the last of it.

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    Yes we ate lots of those when we were young.
    Excellent on its own for sure.
    I like frying ground Moose with little green onions and portobello mushrooms. Mmmmm
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