Keto Poutine featuring Homemade Chicken Fries

Keto Poutine featuring Homemade Chicken Fries

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  2. hottie_and_lambsauce dedi ki:

    Oh my, my first thought was ice cream sundae with marshmallows

  3. TheCouncil1 dedi ki:

    **Ingredients**:
    19 oz chicken breast tenderloins (boneless, skinless)
    6 oz cheddar cheese curds
    6 oz chicharrones
    2 cups brown gravy (I use McCormick’s Premium Brown Gravy Mix)
    2 large eggs
    2 tsp salt
    2 tsp black pepper
    2 tsp oregano
    2 tsp smoked paprika
    1 tsp garlic powder
    4 oz mayonnaise
    6 tbsp Dijon mustard

    **Instructions**:
    1. Pre-heat oven to 400 F.
    2. Crush pork rinds and then combine with salt, pepper, oregano, garlic powder, and smoked paprika. Spread out onto a large, flat plate.
    3. Combine egg, mayo, and Dijon mustard into a wide bowl and whisk.
    4. Slice each tenderloin through the middle (to make two thin pieces) and then in half vertically into four pieces (this ensures long, thin, fry-like pieces) .
    5. Dip each piece of chicken into the egg-mayo mixture, then roll in the pork rind mixture until evenly coated.
    6. Place chicken on a wire rack over a baking sheet and bake for 40 minutes.
    7. Proper layering is vital for poutine, just as it is for nachos. Place a layer of chicken fries on a plate, add cheese curds, and cover with gravy (the hotter, the better, so it can help the curds melt). Repeat until done.

    **Macros (for entire recipe, serves 4)**:
    Calories: 2253 kcal (563 k cal/serving)
    Protein: 259 g (65 g/serving)
    Fat: 116 g (29 g/serving)
    Net carbs: 50 g (13 g/serving)

  4. ellysbelly dedi ki:

    As a (former) Montrealer, thank YOU for this.

  5. UnderscoreButt dedi ki:

    Oh good god that’s amazing

  6. bblickle dedi ki:

    This looks good but aren’t nearly all of the carbs from the gravy packet? Maybe I missed something else browsing quick but if not there’s definitely money left on the table so to speak with the gravy. You could get this way down using beef stock and a low carb thickener like Konjak / Glucomannan.

  7. MrTurveydrop dedi ki:

    How many servings is this plate?

  8. PhoenixRain618 dedi ki:

    Oh. Oh my god. Oh my god yes.

  9. TineCiel dedi ki:

    Cheese looks authentic! Well done!

  10. emshlaf dedi ki:

    Oh man, this looks delicious. Definitely gonna try this soon.

  11. 21deadmonkeys dedi ki:

    Thank you for this. I was just talking with a friend the other day about craving poutine.

  12. GroovyGrove dedi ki:

    Honestly, and I don’t mean to disparage your poutine, the best thing about this is the way you did the tenders. Frying is such a pain, but you need some fat.

    I also currently need to avoid egg, which you used, but… I bet it would work without. I was already going to make [toum](https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/toum-garlic-sauce) (but with avocado oil). Now I think I’ll make fried tenders with it. Whenever I get around to it, I promise a post on how eggless breadless tenders work out.

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