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21 Types of Poutine You Need to Try

Christine Lyons is a fourth-year English student.

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21 Types of Poutine You Need to Try

Christine Lyons is a fourth-year English student.

According to Wikipedia:
Poutine is a dish originating in Quebec, Canada, made with french fries, topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds.

But according to me:
Poutine is the most delicious thing you will ever eat, and you must go try these types, now, before all french fries spontaneously combust and all mashed potatoes decide they’d taste better with gravy and they steal all available gravy for themselves and the cheese curds that should have been on your poutine are turned into a new kind of powdered cheese for Kraft Dinner.

These are the types of poutine you need to try immediately.  Before it’s too late.

Maple Bacon Poutine

maplebacon

Poutine from Mccain.ca.

The Fire Breather: Hot peppers, Spicy Sauce, Cheese Curds and 911 Chicken Wings

firebreather

Poutine from Poutineville.

Vegetarian Roasted Asparagus, Mushroom & Fried Egg Poutine

asparagus

From Closetcooking.com.

Vegan Poutine

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Poutine from Veganinsanity.com.

The Poutine Cheeseburger

burger

From Foodandwine.com.

Waffle Fries Poutine

wafflefries

From Foodbeast.com.

Deep-Fried Poutine Bites

deep-fried-poutine

From Foodbeast.com.

Poutine Hash Brown Waffles

poutinehashbrown

From Nutmegnanny.com.

Vegan & Gluten-Free Caramel Apple Poutine

caramelapple

From Damyhealth.com.

French Toast Poutine Breakfast Sandwich

frenchtoas

Poutine from Thatsnerdalicious.com.

Tater-Tots Poutine

tatertots

Poutine from Endlesssimmer.com.

Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Poutine with Turkey Bacon, Cranberry Gravy Sauce & Fried Sage

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Poutine from healthyrecipeecstasy.com.

La Dan Dan: Pepperoni, Bacon & Onions

dandan

Poutine from La Banquise.  Picture from Ayating.com.

Pizza Poutine

pizza

Poutine from Buzzfeed.

Dessert Poutine: Churros, Caramel & Marshmallows

dessert

Poutine from Ricardocuisine.com.

And if you need to satisfy your poutine craving immediately, here are some great places to check out in the Ottawa area.

Poutine from Fritomania
fritomania

Note: this poutine contains peanut oil.  Picture from Ottawafoodies.com.

Vegetarian Rainbow Poutine from Smoke’s Poutinerie
rainbow

Picture from Foodgressing.com.

Breakfast Poutine from Two Six {Ate}

breakfastPicture from Mtlfoodpics.ca.

Double Smoked Beef Brisket and Red Wine Gravy from the Smoque Shack

brisketPicture from Mtlfoodpics.ca.

Vegetarian Onion Ring Poutine from Elgin Street Diner

onionringPicture from Yelp.ca.  

And, if you’re sick of all the traditional poutine by this point…

Poutine Cake from the Cake Shop

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Picture from the Cake Shop.

All poutine recipes & photos belong to their owners.  Banner photo and thumbnail photo from Reddit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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