What a glorious concoction!
This mix was originally an accident! A trapper from Northern Canada spilt his salt cellar into his pot of maple syrup. As he didn’t want to waste his precious sugar, he used it to season his dried bison meat. That’s how this typical Quebec delight was created!
This mix is made from salt and crystals of maple sugar obtained by evaporating maple syrup at 123°C. Maple syrup is as essential to the Quebec people as the baguette is to the French. The production process is long and difficult: it takes 40 litres of sap to obtain 1 litre of syrup, and 100 litres de sap for 1 kg of sugar.
Devilishly delicious, it can be used like fleur de sel on virtually anything, with all your savoury dishes, before or after cooking.
This Trapper Mix is completely natural, without flavour enhancers. Ingredients include onion, garlic, red pepper, pepper, coriander and oil.
|Shelf life||3 years|
|Ingredient||Sugar, coriander (France), dehydrated vegetables (garlic, onion, red, bell pepper), sea salt, black pepper, maple sugar, maple natural, essence, vegetal oil (canola).|
|Ingredients 1||sugar, black pepper, coriander, dehydrated vegetables (garlic, onion,|
|Ingredients 2||red bell pepper), sea salt, maple sugar, natural maple aroma,|
|Ingredients_3||vegetable oil (colza).|