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French fries. Brown gravy. Cheese curds.I've wanted to try poutine ever since I first heard about it. Still haven't had any, after all these years.
Cheese curds are actually hard to find if you don't live in cheese countryFrench fries. Brown gravy. Cheese curds.
Make the fries however you normally would, while making the gravy. Once the fries are done, sprinkle the curds on top of the fries, and then pour the gravy on top of that.
Serve in bowls or on plates, but be prepared to have a wonderfully messy time eating it up.
Which is why most people in the states haven't had itThen don't bother making it on your own.
Must be curds. Shredded and you're just making chips, cheese, and gravy. You wouldn't think there would be a huge difference but it's so important for proper poutine.
Hail to the curd.
Don't live in cheese country, but the local grocery store (Kroger) has cheese curds in a bag. It's not in the dairy section though, it's by the deli area. Dunno the what chains are in Florida, but the brand available to me is in a good amount of stores.Cheese curds are actually hard to find if you don't live in cheese country
Do they squeak?