Turkey, dried cranberries, and rich gravy are the perfect topper for crispy French fries.
I served my kids lunch the other day and my youngest asked if it was Thanksgiving.
Um, no. But it sure tasted like it! I made a special poutine that’s basically Thanksgiving dinner served over French fries. If that isn’t the best turkey dinner ever, I don’t know what is.
I mean, I’m not the type of person that is going to make a full-on Thanksgiving dinner more than once a year, because I'm lazy. That doesn’t mean that I don’t crave those dinners, though! This recipe is a ridiculously easy way to handle those Turkey Day cravings.
You’ll start by baking some Cascadian Farm frozen French fries. I popped the whole bag right in my 12-inch cast iron skillet. A sheet pan would work just as well.
While you’re fries are cooking, brown some ground turkey, drain, and sprinkle on some spices. I went with a mixture of rosemary, thyme, and sage. Also, salt and pepper because duh.
Mix a little canned turkey gravy into your meat to keep it nice and moist.
Spoon your meat over the crispy fries and drizzle on some more gravy. Sprinkle with parsley and dried cranberries.
You guys. This is Thanksgiving in one bite right here.