Poutchine au sac
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Poutchine au sac (literally, pudding in a bag) is a Métis dish made of beef suet, flour, brown sugar, raisins, currants, and milk. The ingredients are combined in a cotton bag or sealer jars, then steamed. The cooked dish is usually topped with a sauce made from sugar, cornstarch, vanilla and nutmeg.
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- Métis Recipes, Welcome Back to Batoche, Virtual Museum
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