If you’ve got leftover turkey and gravy in the fridge from Thanksgiving, make a quick turkey poutine.
How to Make Poutine with Leftover Turkey and Gravy
- Use frozen French fries. Regular or sweet potato French fries taste great with turkey poutine. Since this poutine uses leftovers, I like to use my air fryer to make frozen French fries. They make for a really quick poutine.
- Reheat the gravy and turkey together. Chop leftover turkey into bite-size pieces and place into a small pan with the gravy. Heat while you make the French fries.
- Top with cheese curds. Traditional poutine is topped with cheese curds. If you can’t find them in your grocery store, cut Cheddar cheese into bite-size pieces or top with crumbles of feta or fresh mozzarella pearls.
Use leftover turkey and gravy to make a quick poutine. Ingredient amounts listed below are suggestions. Adjust based on your preferences for more or less gravy and how many people you're serving.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 servings
- ¾ cup leftover turkey gravy
- ½ cup leftover roasted turkey, chopped into bite-size pieces
- 2 servings frozen French fries
- 2 tablespoons cheese curds
Combine leftover gravy and chopped turkey in a small saucepan. Heat over low while you prepare the French fries.
Cook French fries according to package directions.
Place French fries in a bowl. Top with cheese curds. Spoon hot gravy and turkey over fries. Enjoy
Poutine is best enjoyed as soon as it’s made. Leftovers get soggy.
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