How to make Poutine, a Canadian dish of French Fries topped with Cheese curds, Gravy, fried eggs, bacon bits and Canada's favorite - the maple syrup.
|Maple syrup||To Taste|
|Chicken stock||1 Cup (16 tbs) (or 250 ml)|
|Cheddar cheese/Cheese curd||1 Tablespoon (for garnish)|
|Oil||3 Cup (48 tbs) , divided (in total)|
1.To make fries, chop the potatoes into long strips.
2.Fry them in boiling hot oil. Once the fries are done take them off on an absorbent paper, and after they have cooled down, add salt and pepper and toss them properly.
FOR STICKY BACON BITS:
1.Take long streaky bacon and cut them into small pieces.
2.Then cook the small bits of bacon in a warm pan, when they are nice and golden, take them out on an absorbent paper.
3.To a clean pan, on medium heat add some maple syrup and add the fried bacon to it.
4.Let the bacon soak up all the syrup, this will only take a couple of minutes, then immediately take it off the flame before it caramelises and burns.
1.Take chicken stock in a saucepan on a medium flame and add cold mixture of butter and flour (Beurre manié) and whisk it till it dissolves completely and forms thick chicken gravy.
FOR SINNY SIDE UP QUAIL EGG:
1. Take some oil in a frying pan on low heat, cook the eggs.
2.On a plate lay the fries, garnish it with cheese, gravy, bacon bits, and quail egg sunny side ups and serve.