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Poutine (Maine)

Poutine as made by Acadians in the Upper Saint John Valley in Maine, USA, are dumplings made from flour. There is no potato in them, as is common further north in New Brunswick, despite Maine being a potato capital of the world.

The dumplings are rolled out into balls by hand and simmered in soups and stews.

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Also called:

Pâte roulées; (French)


Poutine à la Mélasse; Poutine à Trou; Poutine au Pain; Poutine aux Raisins; Poutine Bouillie; Poutine Carreautée; Poutine en Sac; Poutine Glissante; Poutine Québécoise; Poutine Râpée; Poutine (Maine); Poutines Blanches


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