Spin the classic poutine by adding perfectly cooked steak, fried cheeseballs and mushroom gravy piled on top of gnocchi. All those together gives you this delicious Sirloin Gnocchi Poutine with Cheeseballs and Mushroom Gravy!
I’m sure you’ve heard the chatter… January has been dubbed National Sunday Supper Month and the Famous Idaho Potato has been a great sponsor for the occasion. On January 10th, National Sunday Supper Day, a select group of Sunday Supper bloggers showcased a variety of “think outside the box” poutine recipes. I didn’t get chosen, but I knew I just had to participate! I mean who could beat a chance at winning a contest right?
Gnocchi has always been my favorite Italian dish… usually with a delicate cheese sauce covering it. Well, that’s when I knew I just had to use Gnocchi as my base. Then… that’s when the toppings get really delicious.
Sirloin steak… isn’t that a gorgeous steak?! Produced right here on our farm. Perfect Angus steak!
Amazingness on the tastebuds! Don’t take my word for it… try it out for yourself! Please… and then tell me what you think 🙂 There’s a few steps so you’ll need to plan ahead, but it’s all worth it!
- Prepare the gnocchi up until the cooking stage *You want to time so everything comes out together, hot*
- Prepare the cheeseballs up until the cooking stage.
- Prepare the mushroom gravy and keep warm.
- In a skillet, heat the oil over medium-high heat.
- Season the steaks with salt and pepper on both sides.
- Place in the hot oil and cook until desired doneness. Allow to rest 5 minute before thinly slicing. *I prefer medium rare as that's where the most flavor is at*
- Meanwhile, cook the gnocchi and cheeseballs.
- In a bowl place the gnocchi, covered with some gravy, thinly sliced steak and cheeseballs followed by more gravy.
- **May add parsley as garnish**
I hope the next time you are craving poutine, you give this recipe a shot!
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