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CrowleyTgrFan
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Boudin on the Grill

My wife has the idea that I can put boudin on the grill and it will turn out good. I've heard of smoked boudin but never done it.

Can somone give me some guidance? Do you use cooked boudin (not frozen)? Don's/Best Stop? I would imagine indirect heat?

Thanks in advance.


Daygo85
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re: Boudin on the Grill
Simply cook it as you would a pork chop on the grill if fresh boudin. If it is the pre-cooked kind then same as smoked sausage.

Good stuff, have done it many times.


Geaux1
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Your wife has a great idea. I grill boudin all the time. Remember it's ready cooked your just adding smoke flavor and crisp to the casing. If you have any left overs remove "stuffing" from the casing and make a sandwich.


OTIS2
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CrowleyTgrFan
Just a couple of minutes per side is all you need...till you have some nice grill marks. Cook over nice coals, not high flame. You're looking to crisp up the casing a bit. One of the best ways to serve it.


CrowleyTgrFan
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re: Boudin on the Grill
Thanks to all for the help/advice.


pochejp
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I do it all the time. Its good.


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bossflossjr
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i grill it all the time.....

lay it on aluminum foil and spray with pam (i use the butter flavored pam) and roll.....


dont cook it directly over the flame because it will cook the outside really, really quickly and burst....

u gotta babysit it while its on the foil, but is always the method i use for cookin my BOURQUES boudin, which i will be cookin today!!!!!!




Icansee4miles
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re: Boudin on the Grill
Exactly what OTIS said. My favorite way to have it, especially with a good thin skin version that will really crisp up. Yum.


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tigerbyteu
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u gotta babysit it while its on the foil, but is always the method i use for cookin my BOURQUES boudin, which i will be cookin today!!!!!!


you lucky bastard


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heypaul
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i usually lay it over to the side of the grill, so it's not right over the hottest part.

it don't take long, just get some good grill marks and your good to go.


*and on a future note, you can grill anything... at least that's my motto

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BallyHOO
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Hell yea...it'll be good.


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Catahoula
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My wife has the idea that I can put boudin on the grill


You have a smart wife! Hang onto her.


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nikinik
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re: Boudin on the Grill
I just grilled some Best Stop boudin yesterday! YUM!


Spankum
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once you try it grilled, you'll never want it any other way....you are really just heating it up, crisping the skin and adding some flavor.....

I typically get a light bed of coals on one half of the pit...put the boudin on the other side....when I put the boudin on, I drop a good handful of hickory or pecan chips to the coals....

watch closely and as soon as the skin gets a little crisp, it is done....doesn't take long at all...


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CrowleyTgrFan
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re: Boudin on the Grill
I just picked up 5 pounds of cold boudin links from the Best Stop.

Best boudin (in my opinion) in the area.


TIGRLEE
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re: Boudin on the Grill
I assuming you have been living in a cave?
And you are from crowley to make matters worse.
On the grill is better than smoked IMO.


LSU alum wannabe
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re: Boudin on the Grill
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I just picked up 5 pounds of cold boudin links from the Best Stop.



Where would Best Stop be??? We always go to Cajun Way.


el tigre
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Where would Best Stop be???


right on I-10 in Scott, LA. I am more of a fan of Don's, but they are both great.


CrowleyTgrFan
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And you are from crowley to make matters worse.


Talking crap about Crowley from CENLA? You've got balls.


CrowleyTgrFan
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re: Boudin on the Grill
Both Don's and Best Stop are good. Don's is a little heavy on the pepper at times (especially at the Carencro store).

I find that Cajun Way has too much rice and is too dry. Lots of people like it though.
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