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Turkish Pasta with Bison Sauce

March/April 2009

Your rating: None Average: 4.6 (44 votes)

Sweet aromatic spices, cilantro, mint and lemon marry well with bison in this delicious pasta sauce.



READER'S COMMENT:
"A 10+ from my whole family of 5. Swapped out grass-fed lean beef for the bison but followed the recipe otherwise. The cilantro and mint really made it for me. I used regular nonfat yogurt since I didn't have Greek-style on hand and...
Turkish Pasta with Bison Sauce

10 Reviews for Turkish Pasta with Bison Sauce

04/20/2012
Anonymous

i really like this recipe and i want to make it but i dont have the pomegranate juice, do u think it would still tast all right?

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07/29/2010

A 10+ from my whole family of 5. Swapped out grass-fed lean beef for the bison but followed the recipe otherwise. The cilantro and mint really made it for me. I used regular nonfat yogurt since I didn't have Greek-style on hand and didn't want to take the time to drain it. Worked just perfectly. While we enjoyed it in July, this is a great cold-day meal. Will make again for sure!

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03/28/2010
Anonymous

This is one of my all time favorites. We've made this at least a dozen times and it's a favorite with guests as well. We are regularly asked for the recipe (I even featured it on my blog www.everydaybright.com). The only down side is that it takes almost an hour to make, but everyone in our family agrees it's more than worth the time. Delicious and exotic!

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02/05/2010
Anonymous

Delicious! Everyone in my family loved this and begged me to make it again. I had to leave out the cilantro because my husband hates it. but it was yummy without it.

Dianne in NJ

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01/11/2010

So very good. I have already made this dish twice and my boyfriend and I both love it. Lots of yummy flavors don't miss out on any of the fresh or dried herbs, they all add to it!

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