Poutine...anyone else like it?

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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2005/02/22 03:48:02 (permalink)
Has anyone ever written much on the roadfood cuisine of Quebec? It is something I would like to know more about.
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2005/02/26 17:30:53 (permalink)
Mmmmmmm, loves that poutine. I had plenty of it when I vacationed in Montreal a couple of years ago. Nowhere else outside of Quebec does it better.

BTW, if you visit Montreal, try their smoked meat sandwiches. There are plenty of delis in the area that serve this up. Its like a New York style pastrami only done up differently. The best place for this sandwich is Scwartz's in the heart of downtown (strangely enough, they don't serve poutine there!).
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/05 13:51:24 (permalink)


Ingredients:

4 Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and soaked
vegetable oil for frying
1 cup cheddar cheese curds

Gravy
3 tbsp butter
3 tbsp flour
1½ cups beef stock
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tsp dried parsley
fresh cracked pepper
salt
Tabasco sauce to taste


directions:

1. To make gravy, melt butter in deep skillet. Once liquid, mix flour until it reaches a nice semi-solid consistency. Add beef stock and continue to mix. Add soy sauce and spices and let simmer at medium-high for 5 minutes. Turn off heat and let sit aside.

2. Pour enough oil to deep fry the potatoes into a suitable pot. Let it heat on high. Meanwhile, slice potatoes into fries. Once oil is hot, fry them until golden brown. Let dry on a paper towel.

3. To serve, start by reheating the gravy. To a serving bowl add a layer of fries followed by a generous layer of curds. Repeat to make another fries/curds layer. Finally, pour piping hot gravy over it all.



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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/05 14:47:41 (permalink)
Damn that looks good!!!!............... that hot-dog does not look Canadian, .is it?

never mind it is Canadian I found it ..... at http://www.domesticgoddess.ca/
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/05 16:07:06 (permalink)
I live in Quebec

Poutine is our national food
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/05 16:16:39 (permalink)
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Originally posted by MissKitty

hehe aye yes I am aware of how cheddar is made [:P ]Just the nearest thing to what those curds look like over here is what we would call Cottage Cheese. And whilst I like cottage cheese very much, especially the way it squeaks against your teeth when you eat it I was a bit dubious as how those would taste with fries and gravy. But if its as you say, little lumps/pieces of cheddarish substance, I can see how that would work :)


the curds melt from the hot fries and gravy and become melted and stringy
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/05 18:56:54 (permalink)
I love poutine. Can't get it here, so I pine for it.
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/06 07:28:47 (permalink)
I became a fan of Poutine when I visited Nova Scotia, PEI and the rest of Canada. I really enjoy a gravy with my fries.

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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/07 10:05:53 (permalink)
Ive never had the pleasure but have seen it on the food channel. Im not sure what the chedder cheese curd is like but fries with brown gravy and melted velveeta or grated chedder is fantastic.
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RE: Poutine...anyone else like it? 2006/02/24 12:47:25 (permalink)
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Originally posted by AeroDynamic

Poutine is french fries with beef gravy and either cheese curds or mozerella on top. DELISH!


I had this for the first time in Quebec a few years ago. Maybe I didn't find the best place for poutine, but they really didn't turn my head. They were ok, but not spectacular. The ones I had just had cheese and gravy. When you say curd, do you mean like cottage cheese curds? Sounds more interresting with curds IMHO. May need to explore this dish a bit more!
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