Poutine is a classic Canadian recipe that is often not much more than chips & gravy. But there are massive variations on the recipe and they all make for tasty evening meals when you are in a rush. But let’s slow down a bit for now and take the time to look at these recipes…
10 – Lobster – www.marilyn.ca/Cooking/segment/Daily/October2011/10_24_2011/ChuckHughes2
Even Seafood like lobster makes a nice Poutine recipe when used in the right recipe.
9 – Ramen – www.buzzfeed.com/tanyachen/ramen-poutine-is-a-thing-that-exists
People can make just about anything out of Ramen Noodles and it looks like Poutine is one of them.
8 – Thanksgiving – www.buzzfeed.com/christinebyrne/eli-sussman-thanksgiving-poutine
This is basically a Christmas dinner only eaten in Poutine form. But I’m not sure if I want to try it.
7 – Iced Marshmallow – www.where.ca/blog/montreal/must-try-montreal-poutine/slide/koko-ma-boule-iced-poutine
It seems you can turn just about anything into a dessert if you try hard enough.
6 – Jalapeno Bacon & Beer Fries – www.ironstef.com/2012/05/poutine-with-bacon-jalepeno-grav.html
This recipe sounds like it has a bit of a kick to it, but I’m happy to let it kick me!
5 – Broccoli – www.pinterest.com/pin/102668066477132825
This is as far removed from the original Poutine recipe as it is far to go! But that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t try it.
4 – Cheesy Avocado & Bacon – whatsgabycooking.com/cheesy-avocado-bacon-poutine
Here is a right royal mash-up of foods. But I am not willing to knock it until I’ve tried it.
3 – Pizza – www.food.com/recipe/poutine-pizza-509568
Now, this is what I call a pizza! No need for a separate bowl of chips here.
2 – Guinness – foodformyfamily.com/recipes/guinness-poutine-for-the-soul
Irish dry stout gravy and chips are always going to get a thumbs up in my books. OR maybe I should say forks up!
1 – Sweet Potato – norecipes.com/sweet-potato-poutine-recipe
Served with thick gravy this Poutine recipe is a nice clash of the savoury and sweet tastes.