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Poutine is a French Canadian food. It is just one of those foods that once you’ve had it… you’re hooked. Simply put, French fries + gravy + cheese = Delicious!!!
While I wouldn’t eat Poutine every day, I must say it’s okay to indulge now and then. I’ve always been partial to dipping my French fries in gravy, anyway. Perhaps it’s my French heritage coming out.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Canada Night Life.
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Quick Tip: Short on time? Forgo the homemade gravy and opt for a mix you can cook up quickly. Even jarred or canned gravy can be perked up a bit with the help of some seasoning.