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Cajun Meats/Boudin FAQs

What is boudin?

A delicious combination of pork, rice and seasonings in a sausage casing.

How do you cook raw boudin?

BAKE: Preheat oven to 300 degrees, place links on an oiled cookie sheet for 20 minutes, turning over every 5 minutes, for a crispy skin. STEAM COOKING: Place links in a rice cooker with a little water to cover the bottom. Heat for 3 to 5 minutes on Cook cycle, then change settings to Warm.

Do you eat the casing on boudin?

If it's boiled, the casing has a chewy texture that can be hard to swallow. If grilled or smoked, however, it adds a nice crunch to the gooey consistency of the rice and pork stuffing.

What is the best way to cook boudin?

Boudin can be baked, steamed or grilled, all delicious!

What do you eat with boudin?

You can serve boudin with other foods, it is most commonly served whole and on its own as a snack or appetizer.

What does boudin taste like?

Boudin tastes like a seasoned mixture of pork and rice, similar to a creamier dirty rice.

What are boudin balls?

In Southeast Louisiana, boudin, our beloved pork and rice sausage, is removed from its casing, and formed it into balls that are then breaded and deep-fried. Fried boudin balls make fabulous appetizers, and are an excellent game day snack.