Comeaux's Pork Boudin

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Price: $10.25
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Cajun Pork Boudin Pork cooked with "The Trinity" (onions, celery, bellpepper) seasoned perfectly, mixed with rice & stuffed in sausage casing. Fully cooked. Simply heat & serve! Makes a great appetizer! 1 lb Pkg
Flavors: Original or Extra Hot


Boudin Heating Instructions

Do not puncture skin.

Microwave: Wrap 1-link in wet paper towel, or plastic wrap. Heat for 1-minute on high, or until when squeezed, the Boudin becomes spongy.

Steam or water heating: Fill pot with enough water to cover boudin, (use tap water for frozen boudin). Heat on high until steam forms on surface of water. Lower heat and maintain temperature until boudin floats or becomes spongy. Remove from water and serve. (Allow moderate cooling before cutting.)

Bar-B-Que Pit: Use foil and baste with favorite Bar-B-Que Sauce (although not needed).


0Ingredients: Pork, Cooked Rice, Water, Pork Liver, Onions, Salt, Bell Pepper, Celery, Red Pepper, Paprika, Green Onions, Cajun Creole, Seasoning (salt, cayenne pepper, black pepper, garlic, onion, celery, and other spices), Parsley, Flavorings, in a Pork Casing.

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Average rating 10 out of 10 ( based on 2 reviews )

Cajun Pork Boudin

Review by Megan on 4/3/2012

A neighbor was raving about it. My cousin lives in Louisiana so I called to ask about this. She raved about it as well and sent me a bunch. We cooked 3. They were very hot since we just took them off the grill but I had to taste what I had been waiting for. They were so fantastic I HAD to devourer the whole thing instantly. It was so good I couldnt wait for it to cool! I burned the roof of my mouth since I couldnt wait and it was WORTH every bite!

Comeaux pork boudin

Review by Bill on 5/20/2013

Was in NOLA for the 2013 Jazz Fest and had boudin for the first time. Fell in love with the taste, much like the scrapple we have here but in a casing. Found it on line and had it shipped. Delicious!

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