Top Rated Poutine Recipes

Buffalo Chicken Poutine
This recipe is courtesy of chef David Malbequi of David's CafeChef David Malbequi starts off with a plate of French fries and piles on crispy chicken thighs, homemade Buffalo sauce, blue cheese, and mozzarella chicken gravy before topping off the dish with crispy shallots and chives. Also pictured is a special Super Bowl cocktail crafted by beverage consultant Rael Petit, the "Hail Mary" — a traditional Bloody Mary made untraditional with cilantro-and-red-pepper-infused Dolin Blanc in a BBQ-sauced-and-salted rim garnished with a lemon wheel, cilantro sprig, and a smoked chicken wing. Diners can enjoy both of these special offerings at David's Cafe this weekend!
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Marker92 Waterfront Bar & Bistro’s Short Rib Poutine
As The Westin Cape Coral’s general manager hails from Canada, he always asks the executive chef to make his favorite comfort dish from home: poutine. Warm up this winter with Marker92’s Short Rib Poutine, a twist on the Canadian classic with succulent braised short ribs and a demi-glace sauce.
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Xena Remple
I like this recipe because it is easy and fun, kids love it!
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Julianna Grimes, Cooking Light JANUARY 2010
The fresher the cheese curds, the better they'll be. If you can't find local, fresh curds, order them from Ellsworth Co-op Creamery at ellsworthcheesecurds.com, or substitute kasseri cheese cubes. Kasseri, a salty Greek cheese, comes close to imitating the texture of curds. (Cheddar will work but won't add texture like the curds.) Oven-frying the potatoes in duck fat adds a rich, meaty flavor and gives them a gorgeously crisp texture. Look for duck fat in specialty markets, or order from amazon.com.
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Patty Pelfrey
French fries are smothered in beef gravy and shredded cheese. Use your favorite cheese. This is a famous dish that originated in Quebec, Canada, but it is also very popular all over the Great White North, eh.
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Chuck Hughes for Food Network Magazine
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alleycatb
This is a throw together recipe that worked for us Its more of a kid food then anything else We served this topped with ketchup salt and pepper but it really didnt need it
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DrGaellon
Ramen noodles are fully cooked before they go in the package, so they can be eaten as a snack, or as a crispy topping or base. In this "ramen hack," the noodles take the place of french fries. Yes, real poutine uses cheese curd, not shredded cheese; if you have a source, feel free to use it. The ramen flavor is irrelevant, since you won't use the seasoning packet for this one. Adapted from a post at Serious Eats. http://bit.ly/f7DmcV
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tippystclair
A dish from Quebec that is out of this world. Sounds unbelievable but it is really delicious! I've included the recipe for the gravy if you can't get it locally. Bon apetit!
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cookwithfeeling
This is a very common way to eat fries where i live. i get this at a restaurant but i do make it at home with homemade gravy. poutine, prounced, poo-tin
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BirdyBaker
This is a nice change from regular poutine in that it uses marinara sauce in place of the beef gravy. Not sure if it could ever beat the original, but I like it for a variation once and awhile. Be sure to use real cheese curds or it is just not a poutine. If you ever have the opporuntity to go to Quebec, stop at one of the casse croutes along the highway and order a real, French-Canadian potine. You will NOT be disappointed!
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NIKKIJM
An indulgence of fries, gravy and cheese. A Canadian specialty!
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