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35 mins
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4
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A heart-attack never tasted so good
Maple syrup, hockey,and poutine; a list of things that are stereotypically Canadian. You can buy maple syrup, you can learn to play hockey, and now, you can make yourself some poutine.

Posted by Falene M. from Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada • Published See Falene M.'s 12 projects »
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  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 1
    Step 1

    Assemble your ingredients.

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 2
    Step 2

    Make the fries:
    1) Cut potatoes into sticks.
    2) Heat the oil in a frying pan and throw in the potatoes.

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 3
    Step 3

    3) When the potatoes are golden/crispy, pull them from the oil and blot away the excess oil with a paper towel.

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 4
    Step 4

    Plate the fries.

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 5
    Step 5

    Make the gravy:
    Poutine gravy is a mixture of chicken and beef gravies and you can make your own gravy using beef and chicken broth (plus flour, butter, water, and cornstarch) to be more 'authentic'. But let's be honest, here. You are making this because you're cold and you want comfort food; I think you'd be more inclined to go for the quick and dirty method of cooking here. Therefore...

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 6
    Step 6

    While frying the potatoes combine beef and chicken gravy in a pot and mix. When it is done, it should be a light brown colour.

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 7
    Step 7

    Pour the poutine gravy over the fries.

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 8
    Step 8

    Add the cheese and serve!

  • How to cook fries. Ce C'est Poutine - Step 9
    Step 9

    Enjoy your soul soothing poutine and keep yourself warm throughout the winter!

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