Trapper Blend

The incredible story of the trapper's
mixture This mixture is the result of a chance! A trapper from the far north of Canada spilt salt into his jar of maple sugar. Not wanting to spoil his precious sugar, he used the mixture obtained on his dried bison meat. Thus was born this great Quebec classic.

This mixture is based on salt and maple sugar nuggets obtained by evaporation at 123 ° C of maple syrup. This syrup is for Quebecers what the baguette is to the French: an institution. However, its production is long and difficult: 40 litres of sap are needed to obtain 1 litre of syrup, and 100 litres of sap for 1 kg of sugar.

Composition and use of the trapper mixture
"Damn" good, the trapper mixture can be used as a flavoured fleur de sel, that is to say with absolutely everything, with savoury dishes, before cooking or after. Completely natural, without flavour enhancer, the trapper's mixture consists of onion, garlic, red pepper, pepper, coriander and oil.
This salty, spicy, sweet mixture is totally addictive and so simple to use that it gives the feeling of having suddenly transformed into a three-star chef.

Usage: "Natural" recipes from the trapper's mix
Want to go green, flee the modern world, live gathering, hunting and fishing, like a trapper? There are several ideas are available to you: Barbecued salmon, lingonberries + grilled hazelnuts + trapper mix!
Chestnut puree + mushroom picking + bacon + trapper mix

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