Habanero Bison Rib-Eye

I fixed this this past weekend. Really simple. The hard part is finding ground habanero!


1 lb Bison Rib-Eye
1/8 Teaspoon habanero powder


Preheat grill to 400 to 425 degrees.
Rinse rib-eye and pat dry with a paper towel. Apply habanero powder to both sides of rib-eye.
Bison cooks quicker than beef. Use the following guidelines to cook to your taste. It is best to measure by thickness to cook.
1 inch thick – Rare: 6 to 8 minutes, Medium: 8 to 10 minutes
1 1/2-inch thick – Rare: 8 to 10 minutes, Medium: 10 to 12 minutes
2 inches thick – Rare: 10 to 12 minutes, Medium: 14 to 18 minutes


Substitute jalapeno powder for the habanero powder if you are a wimp.


Habanero and jalapeno powder are both rather hard to find. I get mine in the bulk section of Central Market in Austin. You may be able to find it at Whole Foods. Habanero powder is also one of the more expensive spices at $30 a pound, then again who is going to need a pound of it when you’re using it 1/8th teaspoon at a time?

Some nutritional facts about Bison

BISON               93    1.8g    43mg
BEEF               183    1.8g    55mg
CHICKEN            140    3.0g    73mg
FISH               125    3.0g    59mg
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