The Badger Poutine

The Badger Poutine

servings
1

Ingredients












Cooking Instructions

1

Heat oven to 375°F.


2

Combine all beer bread ingredients. Grease two loaf pans and distribute batter equally. Bake for 35-45 minutes. Allow bread to cool for about an hour before you make the grilled cheese.


3

Once bread has cooled down, melt two pats of butter in pan over medium heat. When butter is about done melting, turn down heat to medium-low and add two pieces of beer bread directly on top of butter. Gently press down and rub pieces around to soak up all the butter. Then place a few cheese curds on each slice of bread, spacing them evenly apart. As the cheese curds start to melt, make sure to check the bottom of the bread to see that it’s not burning. It takes about 5 minutes.


4

Once cheese has almost melted completely, you’ll be ready to add the French fries. Just stack them evenly onto each slice. Carefully spoon hot gravy on top of fries. The melted cheese sort of creates a gravy boundary, which will keep your bread from getting soggy. At this point, the bread should be crispy and golden so you’ll want to gently take them out of the skillet and smush them together.


Ingredients












Cooking Instructions

1

Heat oven to 375°F.


2

Combine all beer bread ingredients. Grease two loaf pans and distribute batter equally. Bake for 35-45 minutes. Allow bread to cool for about an hour before you make the grilled cheese.


3

Once bread has cooled down, melt two pats of butter in pan over medium heat. When butter is about done melting, turn down heat to medium-low and add two pieces of beer bread directly on top of butter. Gently press down and rub pieces around to soak up all the butter. Then place a few cheese curds on each slice of bread, spacing them evenly apart. As the cheese curds start to melt, make sure to check the bottom of the bread to see that it’s not burning. It takes about 5 minutes.


4

Once cheese has almost melted completely, you’ll be ready to add the French fries. Just stack them evenly onto each slice. Carefully spoon hot gravy on top of fries. The melted cheese sort of creates a gravy boundary, which will keep your bread from getting soggy. At this point, the bread should be crispy and golden so you’ll want to gently take them out of the skillet and smush them together.


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