Best Moose Burger Recipe
Have yourself a big, juicy burger and fries….with flavorful veggies! Give my Best Moose Burger & Sweet Potato Fries recipe a try before you hit up the drive thru.
This simple recipe is a burger and fries kind of meal you can feel really good about. Grilled sweet potato fries and sneaking veggies into the patty makes it extra flavorful and full of nutrition. It’s easy to make your own burgers, add what you like and make them the right portion size for you. Give it a try!
I could eat these sweet potatoes over and over again (I actually make a ton for leftover lunches throughout the week). If sweet potatoes aren’t your thing, use regular potatoes or carrots! There are so many different spices to use on these fries to keep it interesting. I like cinnamon on my sweet potato fries and a bit of garlic and Parmesan on my regular white potatoes. YES, white potatoes are fine and are a good source of micronutrients including vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B6 and a little iron.
Moose Burger and Sweet Potato Nutrition Info:
Moose Meat: You’ll save fat and calories if you opt for wild game over beef because typically the meat is a lot learner. A 3-ounce serving of roasted venison contains 140 calories, less than 1 gram of fat and 26 grams of protein! If deer isn’t your thing, try turkey or opting for lean beef if looking to lower saturated fat intake.
Sweet Potatoes: Sweet potatoes are a rich source of fiber and contain iron, calcium, selenium, and are a good source of most of our B vitamins and vitamin C. One of the key nutritional benefits of sweet potato is that they’re high in an antioxidant known as beta-carotene. That’s where they got their claim to fame!
Spinach: Spinach is rich in many important nutrients, including vitamin K, vitamin A, folate and vitamin C, yet contains a very small amount of spinach calories in each serving.
Game Meat Grill Recipes
Have you tried using your deer sausage or ground moose on pizza? It’s amazing! Try this pizza recipe out!