In Canada, why can't maple syrup go on a Poutine?
Instead of gravy or ketchup or cheesecurds, why not make a poutine using maple syrup and cinnamon?
If in lieu of the gravy, you go for a sweet version of poutine, like fondue it's the same thing...there's cheese vegetable fondue and chocolate fondue.
If you have cici's pizza in Canada, you'll know there's sausage pizza but also apple-pie pizza....
why can't it be that way with poutine as well, or can it be? (e.g. burger king dips hash browns in syrup.
- grumpy geezerLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
It wouldn't be poutine. It would be fries and maple syrup with some non-premium mystery meat. You couldn't call it a proper poutine, but you can call it whatever you like. A wretched mess sounds more appropriate.
- old ladyLv 71 decade ago
Who says maple syrup can't go on Poutine? There are no poutine police. You can put whatever you want on it.
- Jen CLv 41 decade ago
You know, I've never thought of that... Sounds delicious :D Thankyou for the idea
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Then it wouldn't be poutine
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- 1 decade ago
Who says it can't? Put syrup on it yourself. :D
- GSinGLv 61 decade ago
It couldn't make it any worse