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Old 07-08-2017, 06:01 AM   #1
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Default Anyone eat Boudin sausages ??

Was eating breakfast with food friend and his Dad other am and his Dad just came back from Louisiana where they wore out reds and specs .

He brought back some boudin sausages that are locally made down there, never had any but looking forward to putting them on the grill


I sure some of you folks from Louisiana can tell me what they are like
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The name is simply boudin "boo-da" without the sausage part. boudin is a combination of cooked rice, pork/crawfish, onions, green peppers, and seasonings. Its already cooked so all you do is warn it up on the pit.

You can also have boudin balls which is boudin formed in a ball, battered and fried plus boudin eggrolls and burritos. You can now get it smoked which has been a favorite recently. It is made in hundreds of places but the common area it in Scott just outside of Lafayette La. Many will ship.

IMO Bougerois in Thibodeaux makes the best crawfish boudin. http://www.bourgeoismeatmarket.com/crawfish-boudin-1/

I hunt in South Texas and bring the land owner boudin. For breakfast he takes it out the casing and spreads it out in a skillet making several holes in it. He drops an egg in each hole and when done scoops out a portion.

Here is where boudin is ranked: http://boudinlink.com/

Look down about 11 threads to "Cajun Food" and read the posts.
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Old 07-08-2017, 10:42 AM   #3
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If you like the Boudin. let me know and I'll send you some.
Personally, I prefer to microwave if for 30sec's or so and eat it that way. People have grilled them, as well as breaded and fried.

Andouille, both regular and red (blood sausage) are quite good as well.
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The name is simply boudin "boo-da" without the sausage part. boudin is a combination of cooked rice, pork/crawfish, onions, green peppers, and seasonings. Its already cooked so all you do is warn it up on the pit.

You can also have boudin balls which is boudin formed in a ball, battered and fried plus boudin eggrolls and burritos. You can now get it smoked which has been a favorite recently. It is made in hundreds of places but the common area it in Scott just outside of Lafayette La. Many will ship.

IMO Bougerois in Thibodeaux makes the best crawfish boudin. http://www.bourgeoismeatmarket.com/crawfish-boudin-1/

I hunt in South Texas and bring the land owner boudin. For breakfast he takes it out the casing and spreads it out in a skillet making several holes in it. He drops an egg in each hole and when done scoops out a portion.

Here is where boudin is ranked: http://boudinlink.com/

Look down about 11 threads to "Cajun Food" and read the posts.
I need to try that egg in a boudin moat breakfast!
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If you like the Boudin. let me know and I'll send you some.
Personally, I prefer to microwave if for 30sec's or so and eat it that way. People have grilled them, as well as breaded and fried.

Andouille, both regular and red (blood sausage) are quite good as well.


Wife and I love andouille and eat it quite a bit

Never tried the boudin but gonna give it a whirl tomorrow, forgot the name of the place where he got it but I will look on the package
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Also, here is a funny video from DJ Rhett from Lafayette who dubs Cajun over famous movie scenes. This one talks about Boudin from Scott, LA.

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Also, here is a funny video from DJ Rhett from Lafayette who dubs Cajun over famous movie scenes. This one talks about Boudin from Scott, LA.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMY_DQhlxMA


Funny, mine actually came from Billy's in Scott LA
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Billy's, Dons and Best Stop are all just a few miles apart and many consider them the best in the business and each has their customer base. Others to consider are Nu-Nus in Youngville , Bourgeois in Thibodeaux, Legnons in New Iberia and G & M in Jeanerette.

There are many arguments in cajun land about these and who makes the best. Now you have more options such as smoked boudin, boudin balls, boudin egg-rolls, boudin burritos and seafood boudin.

I like many others get the regular and smoked from one store, the balls from another, the egg-rolls/burritos and seafood from a third or fourth.

Who makes the best andouille and cracklings is a whole other argument.
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I miss living in south La...
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Bugs, I miss living in the Keys. How about I come visit you and bring some boudin.
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Pretty damn good

Boiled it for about 10 minutes in skillet and then gently browned it in some butter

Admiral liked it too, damn now I am out
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I miss so much this snack i love it
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smoked boudin from the Best Stop is the best. with an ice cold beer or orange drank(yes, orange drank)
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I've made a few orders from Dons BEst Stop and haven't regretted it, both original and smoked were excellent.
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Don's is my favorite.
Order the green onion sausage while you're at it.
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Lived in Louisiana for about 4 years. Boudin is one of the things I miss the most. Delicious.
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I need to try this stuff too.
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