Recipe

Poutine des Brasseurs

Poutine des brasseurs

It is perfect in winter to warm up, and it is perfect with some cold beer. I tried this dish in a restaurant in Lausanne, and I just loved it. So I tried to redo it at home and it went pretty well. 🙂


Ingredients for 4 servings:

  • 12 merguez sausages (spicy sausages)
  • 12 middle sized potatoes
  • 6 tablespoons of barbecue sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of sweet and sour sauce
  • Half of a tablespoon of soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of Worcester sauce
  • Cheese (I think Gruyere would be the best, but I used a mix of Edam and Maasdam, so any hard cheese with a mild taste would probably be good)
  • Spices:
    • Black pepper
    • Chili flakes
    • Cayenne pepper
    • Chili powder
    • Paprika

  1. Cut the potatoes in 4 mm slices (or you can make them into french fries).
  2. In a preheated pan, pour a little bit of oil and quickly cook the potatoes on mid-high heat.
  3. When both sides are golden brown, reduce the heat to low and cook the potatoes until they are cooked inside.
  4. Preheat an oven at 250°C and set to grill.
  5. Fill a tray with water and place it in the oven, above the water tray, on a rack, grill the sausages until golden brown
  6. To prepare the sauce, mix all the sauces in a bowl and add the spices depending of your tastes.
  7. Slice the sausages.
  8. In a pie dish, mix the sausages slices, the potatoes, grated cheese and the sauce.
  9. Put the pie dish in the oven but switch off the grill and cook it for a few more minutes or until the cheese melts.

You can add a little bit of cayenne pepper on top for the presentation.
Bon appétit! 😉

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