The Best Stop Original Boudin 14oz - Cajun Style Sausage Delicacy

The Best Stop Original Boudin (Pack of 3) - Shipping Included

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    The Best Stop Original Boudin is a must-try if you want to experience the authentic taste of Cajun-style sausage delicacy. Made with pork, a little pork liver, onions, bell peppers, and Cajun seasoning, it's cooked, ground, and mixed with rice, green onions, and more Cajun seasoning to give it a uni.. more info

    The Best Stop Original Boudin (Pack of 3) - Shipping Included

    The Best Stop Original Boudin is a must-try if you want to experience the authentic taste of Cajun-style sausage delicacy. Made with pork, a little pork liver, onions, bell peppers, and Cajun seasoning, it's cooked, ground, and mixed with rice, green onions, and more Cajun seasoning to give it a unique flavor that you won't find anywhere else. Boudin can be eaten on its own as a hot snack, or used as a stuffing ingredient in dishes such as Stuffed Bell Pepper or Stuffed Pork Loin.

    Shipping is included for our West and East coast friends at the best possible price, so you can enjoy the flavors of New Orleans no matter where you are. Order The Best Stop Original Boudin today and savor the taste of Louisiana!


    Unit Size: (3) 14oz packs (2 Links per pack)


    Ingredients: Pork, Water, Rice, Pork Livers, Onions, Green Bell Peppers, Browning Sauce (water, Caramel Color, Vinegar, Citric Acid, Garlic Powder, Pepper, Onion Powder, Spices), Salt, Monosodium Glutamate, Spices, Dehydrated Green Onions. Contains MSG


    Cooking

    There are several ways to cook boudin, depending on your personal preference and the recipe you are using. Here are a few options:

    1. Grilling: Boudin can be grilled over medium heat for about 8-10 minutes, turning occasionally, until the skin is crispy and the sausage is heated through.

    2. Boiling: Boudin can be boiled in a pot of water for about 10-15 minutes until it is heated through. You can also add the boudin to a pot of gumbo or other soup to cook it.

    3. Smoking: Boudin can be smoked over low heat for about 2 hours until it is heated through and has a smoky flavor.

    4. Baking: Boudin can be baked in the oven at 350°F for about 20-25 minutes until it is heated through and the skin is crispy.

    5. Sautéing: Boudin can be sliced and sautéed in a pan over medium heat for about 5-7 minutes until it is heated through and the skin is crispy. Regardless of which cooking method you choose, be sure to cook the boudin to an internal temperature of at least 165°F to ensure that it is safe to eat.

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