Boudin Sausage


A Cajun favorite! Pork and Rice with traditional seasonings in a pork casing.


Flavor Profile

Boudin Sausage consists of ground pork, rice, and traditional spices wrapped in a natural pork casing. Typically, Boudin utilizes non-preservable parts of the hog — usually hearts and livers.

Cooking Tips & Recipes

In a stockpot, lightly season water with any Cajun seasoning blend, and bring to a boil. Place boudin links in water, and bring up the water again to nearly boiling. Casing tend to burst if you boil them on a full boil. Continue to cook, uncovered for another 10 to 15 minutes. Place the links onto a platter, and let them cool a little before eating or slicing the links into bite-sized pieces.

Heat on high for 2 minutes, turn over, heat for another minute. Let cool before eating or slicing.

Preheat oven to 300 degrees, place links on an oiled cookie sheet for 20 minutes, turning over every 5 minutes, for a crispy skin.

On a gas or charcoal grill, oil the boudin link with a little vegetable oil, and cook over a medium-hot grill, turning often until the coating is crispy and the boudin link is hot and steamy (at least 160 degrees).

Ingredient List

Water, Pork, Rice (rice, iron, niacin, thiamine, folic acid), Contains 2% or Less of the Following: Dehydrated Onion, Salt, Caramel Color, Herbs & Spices, Dehydrated Green Onion, Ground Red Chili Pepper, Citric Acid, Natural Flavor, Black Pepper, Garlic Pepper, Vinegar, Mustard Seed in a Natural Hog Casing.

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