“This is a recipe for New Brunswick Acadian Poutines Rapees. This is not a recipe for fried with curds and gravy. Poutines rapees are a mixture of raw grated potatoes, combined with cooked and mashed potatoes, which are then formed into a ball, stuffed with seasoned salted pork and simmered in salt water. I am fortunate enough to live in NB, but you still don't see these around that often. I don't know why because they are so yummy. Another fine example of Canadian cooking!”
READY IN:
4hrs
YIELD:
6 poutines
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Soak the salted pork in cold water overnight to remove the excess salt.
  2. Cut into cubes.
  3. Grate the uncooked potatoes and extract the water from them by squeezing them in a cloth.
  4. Mix the grated potatoes with the mashed, seasoned potatoes, adding more seasoning if necessary.
  5. Make a hole in the centre of the potato ball with your thumb and add a tablespoon of the salted pork.
  6. Close up the hole and roll the poutine in white flour and gently lower the poutine into a large pot of boiling,salted water.
  7. Keep the water boiling and simmer the poutines for 2-3 hours.
  8. Serve hot with butter, salt and pepper, or as a dessert with sugar a molasses.
  9. They are also yummy with mustard.

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