Berthelet (St-Hubert) Poutine Sauce Mix (powder) 5kg
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Planning an awesome party? Looking to serve authentic poutine at your restaurant or food van to pour over top of those squeaky cheese curds? This convenient 5kg pail of poutine sauce mix is the perfect accompaniment if you happen to get your hands on some cheese curds! A blend of dry ingredients to make a smooth brown sauce with distinct authentic "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.
Ingredients: Corn starch, wheat flour, modified corn starch, dextrose, salt, monosodium glutamate, hydrolyzed corn, soy and wheat protein, canola oil, caramel powder (sulphites), onion powder, paprika, xanthan gum, yeast extract, torula yeast, flavour, citric acid, garlic powder, beet powder, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate. Contains: Wheat, Soy, Sulphites
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