Quebec Famous Cuisines


Cretons (some of the time gorton or corton, particularly among New Englanders of French-Canadian birthplace) is a forcemeat-style pork spread containing onions and flavors. Because of its greasy surface and taste, it looks like French rillettes. Cretons are typically served on toast as a major aspect of a customary Quebec breakfast. It isn’t to be mistaken for “fromage de tête” (tête fromagée in Quebec) or head cheddar.

Meat Pie

Tourtière is a Canadian meat pie dish starting from the area of Quebec, normally made with minced pork, veal or hamburger and potatoes.A customary piece of the Christmas and New Year’s Eve dinner in Quebec, it is likewise well known in New Brunswick, and is sold in markets over whatever is left of Canada, throughout the entire year.


Poutine is a dish beginning from the Canadian territory of Quebec, comprising of French fries and cheddar curds finished with a dark colored sauce. Poutine ended up celebrated as an image of Québécois social pride, and its ascent in unmistakable quality prompted notoriety outside the region

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