A few weekends ago, my husband and I found ourselves on the patio at St. Louis Bar & Grill. It was a gorgeous Spring day, and I was in the mood to try something out of the ordinary. I wound up ordering the Wing Poutine. My husband had a colleague that recommended it, and let me tell you it was the most unique, but amazingly spruced up poutine that I have ever tried.
I wound up recreating the poutine at home this week. It was so delicious that I have made it twice since.
- Dip boneless wings in buffalo wing sauce. Place on baking sheet. Cook boneless wings according to instructions. If you are using Janes – preheat oven to 425 and bake 15-20 minutes (flipping at 10 minutes).
- While your wings are baking warm up your deep fryer. Once warm, toss in your fries. Fry until the fries have reached your desired consistency.
- While the fries are frying you can warm up your poutine sauce.
- Once the buffalo boneless wings are cooked. Remove from oven and cut into bite size pieces. Set aside.
- Lastly once everything is ready you can go ahead and plate the fries. Top with cheese curds and poutine sauce. Sprinkle the boneless buffalo wings on top of your poutine. Drizzle with ranch dressing and hot sauce. Don’t use too much hot sauce or you may find the poutine has too much kick!
This is one dish that will certainly tantalize your taste buds!
Once you’re done enjoying your meal, then comes the least fun part… having to clean up the mess!
Do you live in the Toronto area, and love poutine? On Wednesday, June 5, Food Network’s John Catucci will be hosting Dine & Dish with Dawn – a pop-up poutinerie at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto. You will be able to enjoy poutine for free… the only stipulation is that you clean your own dish with Dawn Ultra. That’s right…. if you eat it; you clean it!
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