Before leaving work for the weekend, I overheard a couple co-workers discussing local bar food. Poutine to be precise. So I got to thinking. How could I make this on the grill?
This is a meal that is deceptively simple sounding. Really only three ingredients when you get down to it.
But, you know me. Let’s make it right! From scratch.
Cook an entire prime rib roast and throw everything but the drippings out.
Okay. This is way too good. I am really hoping to score some roast drippings from Thanksgiving (in Canada). I am so glad that I made this on Monday night.
While researching this lovely dish, I stumbled upon something that I cannot decide if it’s hardcore or completely ludicrous! This person made Poutine Pizza. You can read their blog post here. They went all out with this one, making everything by hand.
Tell me what you think.
Now some would say that this way, fries, gravy, cheese curds, is the ONLY way. But there seems to be many iterations and variations on the concept and recipe. For example:
Sweet – Use sweet potato fries instead of regular potatoes.
Italian – Use marinara sauce and mozzarella cheese.
Mexican – Add carne asada, guacamole, sour cream and salsa.
What other variations have you seen or heard of, or even tried? What did you think of it?
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