The 1st of July is the national day of Canada (Canada Day) and we would like to celebrate it by sharing the recipe of the Canadian national dish, Poutine, prepared by our Country Chef for Canada, Bruna Parra Depole Clark.
A true Canadian delight, Poutine is originally from Quebec and is made with French fries, topped with gravy and cheese curds. If you want to know more about Poutine, check out this article by Linnea Covington.
If you want a vegetarian version, just replace the beef and chicken stock with a vegetarian alternative.
About the Country Chef
Originally from Brazil, Bruna Parra Depole Clark married a Canadian and has since fallen in love with its culture and adopted Canada as her second home. Poutine was the first Canadian dish she tried and it warmed her heart. Read more about IngredientMatcher’s Country Chefs in the Foodie section Read more about national dishes Read more about other national dish recipes published on this blog