Another Canadian Thanksgiving is here, and that means it's time to revisit Jagmeet Singh's signature dish: Punjabi poutine.\nThe NDP leader once again shared his personal recipe on Instagram and addressed the fact that this year the holiday is very different.\n"Thanksgiving is normally time for friends, family, good food & sharing," Singh wrote in his caption, "But, the pandemic has made things tough this year."\nEditor's Choice: Eggs Are Being Recalled In Canada Due To A Risk Of Salmonella\n View this post on Instagram Thanksgiving is normally time for friends, family, good food & sharing. But, the pandemic has made things tough this year. So, I'd like to try and brighten things up and share a throwback video of my #PunjabiPoutine. Swipe left for the recipe! Let me know what you think at NDP.ca/share ---- L’Action de grâce est normalement un moment de partage & d'un bon repas en famille. La pandémie complique les choses. Afin de mettre un peu de douceur dans votre journée, je partage à nouveau ma vidéo de #PoutinePunjabi Glissez vers la gauche pour la recette! Dites-moi ce que vous en pensez à: npd.ca/partagez A post shared by Jagmeet Singh (@jagmeetsingh) on Oct 12, 2020 at 9:10am PDT\n\n\n"So, I'd like to try and brighten things up and share a throwback video of my #PunjabiPoutine."\nWhile he did not include the step-by-step instructions this year, he did still post the list of ingredients, giving all the cooks out there a chance to improvise and experiment.\nIf you'd rather make the dish exactly like the NDP leader, you can also consult his 2019 Twitter post that introduced the world to this twist on a French Canadian classic.\nThe recipe calls for sweet potatoes, cheese curds (naturally), and a blend of spices for the gravy.\nIf you want something to serve with your turkey besides mashed potatoes and green beans, this might be a fun dish to try out.