Homemade Poutine Recipe

Poutine

Poutine is a French Canadian delicious food recipe. It belongs to the appetizer category. It is made from french fries, cheese curds and brown gravy. They have a crispy texture. Some poutine is served with cheese sauce rather than gravy, sour cream rather than cheese, and cut-up vegetables on top. Many different toppings, like mushrooms, onions, bacon, pulled pork, chilli, and more, can be used to make poutine.

Poutine

The International Poutine Day is April 11th each year. The ultimate comfort food is poutine. Although the dish appears to be a complete mess, it tastes fantastic. It has long been connected to fast food outlets, bars, sports arenas, and food truck stands.

History of Poutine

In the late 1950s, rural Québec snack bars began serving fresh-cut fries, cheese curds, and gravy. The origin legend that has received the most support is that it originated in the sleepy Quebecois rural community of Warwick, which is part of the Arthabaska county. Dairy producers in this community made cheese curds (one of the main ingredients in poutine). The first step in the evolution of poutine was the addition of cheese curds to French fries. This took place at the request of a patron at a nearby restaurant called Le Lutin Qui ruit.

This combo gained popularity as more customers began to enjoy it. The cheese and fries, however, cooled off far too quickly. In order to solve this problem, restaurant owner Fernand Lachance made the quintessential Canadian decision to cover the fries with hot gravy to keep them warm.

By the 1980s, poutine had evolved into a typical street cuisine, and when well-known fast food companies began including it on their menus, it eventually attained widespread recognition. Later, it became so well-liked that upscale restaurants began creating fancier variations. Now that poutine has gained widespread popularity, there are eateries solely devoted to it.

The Variants of Poutine

  • Authentic Canadian Poutine
  • Maple Bacon Poutine
  • Cheesy Avacado Bacon Poutine
  • Sweet Potato Poutine
  • Vegetarian Poutine
  • Duck Poutine

Ingredients of Poutine

  • 1 Potato
  • Cooking oil
  • 60 g Butter
  • 35 g Flour
  • 840 ml Beef stock
  • 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • Pepper
  • Salt

Poutine

Poutine Recipe

Poutine is a French Canadian delicious food recipe. It belongs to the appetizer category. It is made from french fries, cheese curds and brown gravy.They have crispy texture.
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 45 mins
Total Time 1 hr
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Canadian
Servings 4 people

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Potato
  • Cooking oil
  • 60 g Butter
  • 35 g Flour
  • 840 ml Beef stock
  • 1 tbsp Warcestershire asuce
  • Pepper
  • Salt

Instructions
 

Making Frist Fry

  • Remove peels of the potatoes and cut into sticks.
  • Rinse potatoes under cold water.
  • Then, cover with cold water.
  • Let them soak for 30 minutes.
  • Drain them.
  • Take a pot and add oil to fry sticks.
  • After heating oil, add sticks and fry them slightly. (First fry)
  • Remove from oil and drain them.
  • Let them cool.

For Making Gravy

  • Take a pot and add butter.
  • After melting, add flour and mix well.
  • Add beef stock and again mix well.
  • Then add worcestershire sauce, pepper and salt.
  • Cook it until thick.

Second Fry

  • Take a pot and add oil.
  • Then put sticks to it and fry them until golden color.
  • Drain them.

Making Poutine

  • Add cheese curds top of the potato sticks.
  • Then, pour the gravy on top.
  • Then, you can serve it.
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