132 ozBag Frozen French Fries((I like traditional cut or steak cut))
8Oz.Shredded Mozzarella (or cheddar) Cheese((I actually used half of each))
2CupsBeef Broth or Stock((you can also use vegetable or chicken))
¼teaspoonMustard Powder (or Dijon)
Bake your french fries according to the package directions. Make sure you lay your fries out evenly on your baking sheet so they crispy up nicely.If using homemade fries, bake them at 425°F or until your fries turn golden brown.
To make your gravy, add butter to a small sauce pan and melt over medium heat. When fully melted, add in your flour and whisk it together. Allow the flour to bubble up for a minute or so and then add in your broth. Whisk until all lumps are dissolved! Bring to a boil then turn down heat and allow to simmer until it thickens into a gravy. This should take about 5 minutes or so.
Once you have achieved your desired gravy consistency, mix in your garlic and onion powder, salt and mustard (you can add pepper if you like too) and remove from heat.
When fries are ready, remove from the oven and sprinkle your cheese(s) evenly over top. Place back in the oven until cheese is fully melted. Remove and pour as much gravy over top as you wish! Top with green onions and serve hot!
You can choose any cut of fries for this recipe. Just keep the fry thicker.You can use a store-bought gravy to make these quicker! (it just won't taste as delish!)