The best part about tender cuts of bison, like its beef counterpart, skirt steak, is that it still holds the rich, intense flavor of the meat but goes great with seasonings, too. This recipe seasons the bison with soy sauce, lime juice, and cilantro, and sears it to perfection. Using bison in this recipe in lieu of steak makes it a healthier alternative at only 109 calories per serving.
Travel up to Toronto to root for the Toronto Blue Jays and you'll likely come across these nachos, which use jerk seasoning to infuse flavor in not one ingredient but two ingredients of the recipe. And the best part is they are insanely good but healthy, too, with 340 calories per serving.
Bake these nachos instead of frying them, and use raw vegetables to turn this "would-be" heart-attack dish into a healthier version.