Said to have been created in Montreal, Quebec Canada – poutine is one of the world’s best comfort foods. Learn how to make Cannabis-infused poutine – a new take on the Canadian fav.
You’ll need to know how to make delicious Cannabutter – and if you don’t already have it, our Cannadish Cookbook will rock your weed socks off!
What Does Poutine Mean?
In Québec, the term poutine is a Canadian slang word for mess. But those who devour poutine on a regular basis know that mess doesn’t even come close to describing how crisp, gooey and wonderful this dish really is!
What Cheese is Used in Poutine?
Authentic Canadian Poutine featuring deep-fried fries, poutine gravy and white cheddar cheese curds all tossed together. Some poutine-professionals add extra toppings like green onions, extra cheese, and jalapenos too .
You can dress it up however you like, but poutine is a comfort food and with Cannabis added to the mix, no matter where you live, you’re going to get addicted!
What Gravy Do I Use For Poutine?
It’s all about the gravy, baby! Don’t have a good gravy, then won’t have a good poutine.
Plain and simple folks! You can use our recipe below to create a close-to-perfection gravy that compliments Cannabis perfectly.
Whatever you do; don’t take shortcuts when it comes to gravy. It’s like the crown on the Queen – don’t mess with it!
Cook the frozen french fries according to the directions on the package.
Keep the oven on once they are cooked – you'll need to use it again in a minute
Melt cannabutter over low heat in a pot. Once the butter is melted, add in the pepper & whisk to combine. Slowly add in your flour while constantly whisking. It should be thick.
Slowly pour the chicken & beef broth into the mixture while whisking constantly. Continue whisking until it is smooth and consistent. This could take a few minutes, be patient.
Toss the hot french fries with cheese in an ovenproof dish. Pour gravy on top and put them back in the oven for two minutes to let the cheese melt. More gravy means it may be more liquid – so pour over just enough to make it taste great!
Once about 2 minutes are up and the cheese is melted, pull out the dish, let cool for just a few minutes and place into a bowl to enjoy. Eat with a fork like the Canadian-French do!