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Trappeur blend

The Trapper's Blend with Quebec Flavors, Essential to Your Cuisine

This Quebec recipe, salty, spicy, and sweet, will enhance all your dishes. Maple syrup, both sweet and bold, seasons even the simplest dishes. The Trapper's Blend can be used like a flavored sea salt, meaning with absolutely everything. It's ideal with salmon, grilled meats, or veloutés.

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Which Dishes to Use the Trapper's Blend In?

Explore Delicate Quebec Flavors

This blend of spices inspired by Quebec will transport you out of time and civilization. Sheltered in the heart of a maple forest, the call of nature grows stronger! Hunting and gathering are essential for simple and natural recipes. However, the Trapper's Blend, with its balanced flavors, also meets the challenge of more sophisticated dishes.

How to Use the Trapper's Blend?

Our recipe ideas to use the Trapper's Blend in your cuisine:

Avocado and Fresh Cheese Toasts with Trapper's Blend: perfect for revisiting your brunches, sprinkle the Trapper's Blend on the avocado;

Barbecue Grills: add 1 generous pinch of Trapper's Blend on skewers of beef or turkey accompanied by bell peppers;

Light Salad with Apples, Lamb's Lettuce, and Nuts with Trapper's Blend: sprinkle Trapper's Blend on your salad;

Quebec-Style Salmon: grill your salmon fillet on the barbecue, add crushed and roasted hazelnuts and a handful of cranberries. Generously sprinkle with Quebecois blend to reveal all the flavors of this dish;

Autumn Comfort: add Trapper's Blend to a chestnut puree accompanied by sautéed mushrooms; two slices of bacon can accompany this dish with resolutely wild flavors;

Smoked Salmon Tartines: sprinkle the Trapper's Blend on your slices of smoked salmon;

North American Atmosphere: season a steak with Trapper's Blend, and add flavors from North American culture: cheddar, onions, or pickles.

Terre Exotique Recipes with the Trapper's Blend

Find here the recipe for scallops with Trapper's Blend

Find here the recipe for salmon in the trapper style unilaterally

The Ultimate Quebec Blend

This Quebec recipe, salty, spicy, and sweet, will enhance all your dishes. Maple syrup, both sweet and bold, seasons even the simplest dishes. The Trapper's Blend can be used like a flavored sea salt, meaning with absolutely everything.

The Famous Trapper's Blend

The Trapper's Blend is composed of sugar, black pepper, coriander, garlic, onion, red bell pepper, sea salt, maple sugar, flavor, canola vegetable oil.

This Quebecois sweet and savory spice blend is a must-have in Terre Exotique cuisine. Ideal with salmon and grilled meats, the Trapper's Blend is the original touch that transports you to a cabin in the middle of the maples...

Maple nuggets are the ingredient that brings the sweet touch to this spice blend! Maple nuggets are obtained by evaporation at 123°C of the syrup. This syrup is obtained by harvesting maple sap, an emblematic activity of Quebec in early spring. Brought to a boil, the sap becomes syrup, which crystallizes into maple nuggets.

A flavored sea salt that is entirely natural. The Trapper's Blend can be used like a flavored sea salt, meaning with absolutely everything. Sprinkle it on your savory dishes before or after cooking.

Completely natural, without flavor enhancers, the Trapper's Blend also consists of onion, garlic, red bell pepper, pepper, coriander, and oil. Flavors that instantly enhance your meats or vegetables. The Trapper's Blend reveals a surprising and totally addictive taste!

This Quebec recipe, salty, spicy, and sweet, is so easy to use that it gives the feeling of suddenly being transformed into a three-star chef. A flagship product of the Terre Exotique range, it deserves its place of honor on your spice shelf.

Where Does the Trapper's Blend Come From?

The Incredible Story of the Trapper's Blend

This blend is the result of chance! A trapper from the Canadian far north once spilled salt into his pot of maple sugar. Not wanting to waste his precious sugar, he used the resulting mixture on his dried bison meat. Thus was born this great Quebec classic.

The personality of the Trapper's Blend is characterized by the use of maple nuggets, obtained by evaporation of the syrup. Maple syrup is to Quebecois what baguette is to the French: an institution. However, its production is long and difficult: it takes 40 liters of sap to obtain 1 liter of syrup, and 100 liters of sap for 1 kg of sugar.

Quebecois Cuisine Pays Tribute to Maple Syrup

Maple syrup and nuggets are found in many Quebecois dishes. Quebec gastronomy is celebrated during two annual highlights: during the end-of-year celebrations and in spring, during the Sugar Shack season. These places located in the maple groves are an ode to the traditional cuisine of this region of Canada.

As a cuisine that "sticks to the ribs," Quebecois cuisine adds maple syrup to fish, game, and of course desserts. Among the most famous dishes: baked beans, ham with syrup, or pork rinds.

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Allergen Trace possible:sésame,lait,œuf,poisson,crustacé,mollusque,soja,gluten
Native country CANADA
Ingredients sugar, black pepper, coriander, dehydrated vegetables (garlic, onion,
red bell pepper), sea salt, maple sugar, natural maple aroma,
vegetable oil (colza).
Nutritional Info VN Energie pour 100 g (energy for 100g) : 1238 kJ / 296 kcal
VN Matière grasse (fat) : 2.4 g
Dont acide gras saturés (of which saturated fat) : 0.3 g
VN Glucides (carbohydrate) : 69.6 g
Dont sucres (of which sugars) : 43.9 g
VN Protéines (protein) : 5.2 g
Vn Sel (salt) : 15 g
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.

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