Poutines Blanches are white dumplings made by Acadians for soups and stews.
Unlike most other dumpling recipes for soups and stews, there is no fat in the recipe.
Poutines Blanches can be used as dumplings in dishes such as fricot, pot-en-pot, etc.
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 cup cold water
Mix the dry ingredients, then gradually add the water and mix just until you have a dough.
Drop dough by spoonfuls into the stew or soup. Cover and cook for 7 minutes; serve.
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