Side Dishes

Classic Poutine {Fries, Gravy & Cheese Curds}

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Whats not to love, am I right?!?! Crispy homemade fries topped off with curds all in a steaming hot bath of gravy! I used the double fry method for the fries, they come out incredible every time! Cooking the fries this way does take a little time but it is really worth it! The gravy comes together easily and can be made a day or two ahead of time to make life that much easier! Bring Quebec to your home with this Classic Poutine! NOTE: The cut potatoes should sit in a bowl of cold water for 2-3 h

8 russet potatoes, cut into wedges and placed into a bowl of cold water
1 lb white cheddar cheese curds
4 Tbsp unsalted butter
6 Tbsp flour
1 shallot
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp worcestershire sauce
5 cups beef broth
1/4 tsp black pepper
1 tsp salt
Salt for the fries
vegetable oil
Like I mentioned in the note above, you will want the cut potatoes to sit in a bowl of cold water for 2-3 hours or overnight. Lets start with the gravy. In a saucepan, over medium low heat, add in the...
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Nutritions

Calories
1409

Sodium
7777mg
324% DV

Fat
87g
135% DV

Protein
58g
116% DV

Carbs
87g
29% DV

Fiber
18g
74% DV

Marinated Taro Root

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A marinated snack that can be used to replace late night bad habit cravings!

8 small taro roots
water
salt
1 cup yogurt, mixed with enough water to submerge roots (add salt)
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  1. Wash the taro roots well.
  2. Slightly cut a slit into each root, but not big enough to split the root into two pieces. This will allow the water and marinade to go into the taro root

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Nutritions

Calories
103

Sodium
946mg
39% DV

Fat
1g
2% DV

Protein
7g
14% DV

Carbs
17g
5% DV

Fiber
4g
18% DV
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