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Gourmet Loaded Fries


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Featuring Oven Crisp® Straight Cut Fries


1 pkgOven Crisp Straight Cut Fries (900g)
2 cupsGorgonzola cheese, crumbled
¾ LBSirloin Steak, grilled to liking, sliced
½ tspCoarse or Sea Salt
½ tspCracked Black Pepper
½ tspGarlic Powder


Hunter Sauce

2 slcBacon, chopped
2 eachOnion, chopped
4 cupsMushrooms, chopped
½ cupOlive Oil
2 tbspTomato Paste
½ tspThyme, chopped
2 tbspParsley, chopped
2 cupsRed Wine
2 cupsBeef Broth
3 tbpsSour Cream



Cavendish Farms Oven Crisp Straight Cut Fries

  1. Heat oven to 450°F.
  2. Place Oven Crisp Straight Cut Fries on a non-stick baking sheet, place in oven and bake for 10 minutes. 
  3. Turn-over, and bake another 8-10 minutes or until desired crispness.
  4. Heat oven to 450°F. 

Sirloin Steak

  1. Season steak with cracked black pepper, salt and garlic powder. 
  2. Cook on a grill (or in a frying pan) until desired doneness. 
  3. Cut Steak into thin strips or cubes.

    Note: approximately 10 to 12 minutes cooking time reaching an internal temperature of 130-135˚F
    for Medium.

Hunter Sauce

  1. In a medium sized stock pot on a stovetop, over medium-high heat, cook bacon and onions in the olive oil until bacon is slightly browned and onions are soft. Add mushrooms and cook, stirring frequently, until mushrooms are golden brown. 
  2. Drain any liquid and add tomato paste, thyme and parsley. Cook, stirring frequently, until the tomato paste dissolves. 
  3. Add red wine and beef broth and cook allowing mixture to reduce and thicken (approximately 15 minutes). 
  4. Stirring frequently, add sour cream and cook for 2-3 minutes until sauce fully re-heats. 
  5. Sauce is ready. Reduce heat to low or remove from stove top.

    Note: can be made in advance and held on the stove top over low heat (simmer) or made and re-heated in the microwave when needed.


  1. Remove Oven Crisp Straight Cut Fries from oven, divide into three and place on separate dinner plates. 
  2. Evenly distribute steak pieces or cubes evenly over the fries. 
  3. Top with crumbled gorgonzola, ensuring as much surface area is covered as possible 
  4. Then add the Hunter sauce with a ladle (to your desired amount).

    Note: additional sauce can be served as a side for dipping or for application later in the meal.

    Tip: once fries, steak, cheese and sauce are assembled, plates can be placed back into the oven to heat before service. Any extra thyme or parsley can be used as a garnish. Remove hot plates carefully and place on another plate to serve.


Serves – 3 to 4