Poutine For One

AuthorDesireeCategory, DifficultyBeginner

Poutine originated from Canada. It's a dish of french fries, brown gravy and cheese curds. Here is my take on this Canadian dish using mushroom gravy and sheep milk feta.

Prep Time10 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time30 mins

 1 large yukon potato
 1 tbsp olive oil (liquid coconut oil or avocado oil can be used)
 paprika
 sea salt
 onion powder
 black pepper
 mushroom gravy *( https://nativebatch.com/recipes/easy-delicious-mushroom-gravy/ )
 sheep milk or goat milk feta

Preheat oven or toaster oven to 425 degrees
1

Place a small baking sheet in the oven to allow the baking sheet to heat up.

*The best way to make really good oven fried french fries is to preheat a baking sheet in the oven for about 10 minutes before placing the potato strips on the pan.

2

Wash and dry a golden Yukon potato. It's your choice to peel or not to peel the potato. I kept the peel on.

3

Cut the potato into fries. This is done by cutting the potato lengthwise in half. Then taking the halves cut them in quarters. Cut each quarter into 3 thick slices and cut the slices into strips or fries.

4

To the potato fries drizzle about a tablespoon of oil on top of the fries. Mix the olive oil in till it covers all the fries. Then sprinkle a little paprika, onion powder, sea salt and black pepper on the fries. Mix the seasonings into the fries.

(*I did not give measurements for the seasonings, just go by your personal preference and how much you want to add.)

5

After the seasonings are mixed into the fries, place the fries on the heated baking sheet. Be careful when doing this step so to not burn yourself.

After about 10 to 12 minutes flip the fries over to brown the other side.

6

While the fries are baking, reheat the gravy so the gravy can be warm when the fries are ready.

Once the fries are golden take them out of the oven.

7

To the finished fries add the warmed up mushroom gravy on top. On top of the mushroom gravy place chunks of the feta on top of the gravy. Serve immediately.

*This recipe can be double, tripled and quadrupled! 🙂

Ingredients

 1 large yukon potato
 1 tbsp olive oil (liquid coconut oil or avocado oil can be used)
 paprika
 sea salt
 onion powder
 black pepper
 mushroom gravy *( https://nativebatch.com/recipes/easy-delicious-mushroom-gravy/ )
 sheep milk or goat milk feta

Directions

Preheat oven or toaster oven to 425 degrees
1

Place a small baking sheet in the oven to allow the baking sheet to heat up.

*The best way to make really good oven fried french fries is to preheat a baking sheet in the oven for about 10 minutes before placing the potato strips on the pan.

2

Wash and dry a golden Yukon potato. It's your choice to peel or not to peel the potato. I kept the peel on.

3

Cut the potato into fries. This is done by cutting the potato lengthwise in half. Then taking the halves cut them in quarters. Cut each quarter into 3 thick slices and cut the slices into strips or fries.

4

To the potato fries drizzle about a tablespoon of oil on top of the fries. Mix the olive oil in till it covers all the fries. Then sprinkle a little paprika, onion powder, sea salt and black pepper on the fries. Mix the seasonings into the fries.

(*I did not give measurements for the seasonings, just go by your personal preference and how much you want to add.)

5

After the seasonings are mixed into the fries, place the fries on the heated baking sheet. Be careful when doing this step so to not burn yourself.

After about 10 to 12 minutes flip the fries over to brown the other side.

6

While the fries are baking, reheat the gravy so the gravy can be warm when the fries are ready.

Once the fries are golden take them out of the oven.

7

To the finished fries add the warmed up mushroom gravy on top. On top of the mushroom gravy place chunks of the feta on top of the gravy. Serve immediately.

*This recipe can be double, tripled and quadrupled! 🙂

Poutine For One

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