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Poutine – Beef Gravy Fries & Cheese – Food Wishes

Poutine – Beef Gravy Fries & Cheese – Food Wishes

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Learn to make Poutine! Making your individual poutine from scratch is plenty of work, and never the quickest factor to tug collectively, however at the very least once you’re lastly achieved you get to eat soggy fries. Sure, they’re alleged to be like that. And whereas which may not sound like an amazing thought, this actually may be very scrumptious factor to eat. Go to for the substances, extra info, and plenty of, many extra video recipes. I hope you get pleasure from this not simple to make Poutine!

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21 Comments

  • jrea424 on November 30, 2018

    Worcestershire sauce is excellent in beef gravy!

  • ne kilmer on November 30, 2018

    turkey bleu-tine: cayenne-seasoned sweet potato wedges topped with bleu cheese, cayenne turkey gravy, extra cayenne on the side.

  • Peter Anderson on November 30, 2018

    Sherdded cheese on poutine is ok but cannot be consider a true “Quebec” poutine.

  • awakeness on November 30, 2018

    This is available in every scottish chip shop. It doesnt have a gay name like poutine.. Its called Chips, cheese and gravy believe it or not.

  • ChiChi Kim on November 30, 2018

    K-pop lmao

  • Jaysh G on November 30, 2018

    Love the commentary
    That’s how to teach cooking. Will make the dish soon

  • Anthony Nguyen on November 30, 2018

    you talk funnknee

  • Angie Leger on November 30, 2018

    As a poutine snob/Canadian, I feel the need to say it is pronounced poo-tin, or poo-tsin not poo-teen. Sorry, looks amazing though and I've been subscribed to your channel for years ! hugs

  • Nico Stormchild on November 30, 2018

    My favourite chef/mentor creating a beautiful take on a dish from home! I have to try this as soon as humanly possible! 🙂 – Yes, Poutine had humble beginnings somewhere in Quebec but I've tasted amazing poutines all over the country plus I have been welcomed everywhere I went! Seriously, don`t fight over poutine, just enjoy and be proud that this dish is little by little breaking new territory! Fun fact, there`s even an exclusive Poutine dinner in Cambodia!

  • SnowWalker on November 30, 2018

    The trick to the Poutine goodness is that the gravy will be hot enough to melt the cheese curds. It's not right to eat chunks of cheese with the fries. What I do is to grate the curds so that they'll easily melt in the hot gravy bath. Cover the hot fries with grated cheese curds and then pour the hot gravy on top. The curds should be like stretchy strings of melted cheese when you eat it, like how mozzarella is on pizza.

  • Dylan Calvert on November 30, 2018

    We'll just go ahead and add just a touch of butter; throws in half a stick.

  • HanaBean on November 30, 2018

    Lol the cadence in your voice is crazy

  • Seth Medlong on November 30, 2018

    I bet that beef gravy would be awesome over some mashed potatoes!

  • Tara Wright on November 30, 2018

    Don't tell my French countrymen, but I actually prefer mozzarella over cheese curds in poutine. You do want to be careful not to melt it too much though.

  • mike rotch on November 30, 2018

    I assure you the UPS guy will not be back.

  • Randy Trevor on November 30, 2018

    What’s with the weird high pitched voice at the end of each SENTENCE?!!! …. for real, you sound like a COMPLETE RETARD even though you made a nice DISH.. please STOP DOING THIS …. WE COULD ALL BENEFIT from it….

  • bobby sads on November 30, 2018
  • CrazyGoatLady on November 30, 2018

    Well done chef!! As a French Canadian it did my heart good to see you make this. Only thing is that Poutine the "e" is silent and pronounced more like Pou-tin. I think I will try this method tonight. I do have home made curds as I raise goats so I do make a lot of cheese

  • Philip Cooper on November 30, 2018

    In Soviet Russia Poutine cooks you.

  • L B on November 30, 2018

    As a Texan, never having tried Poutine, I nearly yelled at the screen when you poured gravy over the fries, effectively ruining them. For this and other reasons, I'll never make this. And, judging from your mention of the cauliflower fries, I doubt you will either.

  • KSound Kaiju on November 30, 2018

    Why not use Stew Potatoes instead of fries?