Hot hamburger plate

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Hot hamburger plate
Place of origin United States
Main ingredients French fries, hamburger patty, bread, gravy
Cookbook: Hot hamburger plate  Media: Hot hamburger plate

A hot hamburger plate is a dish from the southeastern United States. It consists of a slice of bread (usually white) with a hamburger patty placed on top. This is then covered in French fries and then brown (beef) gravy. Cheese is sometimes incorporated (usually a slice of American or cheddar). This dish is occasionally compared to the Canadian dish poutine and the northeastern American dish disco fries.

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