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Berthelet (St-Hubert) Poutine Sauce Mix (powder) 5kg -Best Before 30 June 20

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  Planning an awesome party? Looking to serve poutine at your restaurant or food van? This convenient 5kg pail of poutine sauce mix is for you! A blend of dry...
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Regular price $109.00 Sale price

$150.00

 

Planning an awesome party? Looking to serve poutine at your restaurant or food van? This convenient 5kg pail of poutine sauce mix is for you! A blend of dry ingredients to make a smooth brown sauce with distinct "poutine" flavour. Imported from Quebec.

Shelf life: 18 months Preparation: To 250 mL (1 cup) of cold water, add 100g (approx.3/4 cup) (3.5 oz) of sauce mix, mix well. Add mixture to 750 mL (3 cups) of boiling water. Bring back to a boil while stirring constantly. Simmer 3 minutes and serve.

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