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yeahyouright
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Dec 2003
527 posts

Heating up boudin

I know this has probably been discussed many times before, but what are yalls preference for ('cooking') reheating boudin? Got a pack of links defrosting now

Grill? Grill in foil?
Boil? (I find the casing breaks easy)
Simmer?
Oven?


The Cable Guy
Iowa State Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2004
9692 posts

re: Heating up boudin
I tossed mine in a cast iron for a few minutes the other day turning to make sure it didn't burn. Tasted great.


yeahyouright
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Dec 2003
527 posts

re: Heating up boudin
quote:

I tossed mine in a cast iron for a few minutes the other day turning to make sure it didn't burn. Tasted great.


thanks, will do it. Sometime it smells so good I just eat the shite cold


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Catman88
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Dec 2004
41521 posts

re: Heating up boudin
You want to steam them generally.. grilling and smoking are two other good options. Never boil them. Fried boudin is also good.


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coloradoBengal
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2007
32608 posts

re: Heating up boudin
Oven by far is the best. Boudin with a crispy casing is unbelievably better than any other way you have ever eaten it.

Or better yet.. try it different ways and let us know which you like better.


bdevill
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
9035 posts

re: Heating up boudin
if you're cooking it from frozen, let the boudin thaw first.. once thawed, put a pot of water on to boil.. right when smoke starts to curl off the water, put the boudin in the pot for 15 minutes. don't let the water come to a boil.. reduce the heat and keep it from boiling.. take the boudin out the water after 15 minutes..

if you're reheating boudin that's already cooked, i put it in the microwave for about 20 seconds on each side...

you welcome, cher
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Count Chocula
Yale Fan
Tier 5 and proud
Member since Feb 2009
52140 posts

re: Heating up boudin
Non stick frying pan for a few minutes. Put on paper towel after to absorb grease. Skin is crunchy and breaks easily!


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cwill
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Jan 2005
29122 posts

re: Heating up boudin
Rice Cooker. Meh, everybody knows dat!


bdevill
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
9035 posts

re: Heating up boudin
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Rice Cooker


mais yeah.. a rice cooker you.. you gonna put dat boudin in der wit no wattuh and turned dat on.. an all dat case is gonna be bus
This post was edited on 10/22 at 4:47 pm


EWE TIGER
LSU Fan
Houma
Member since Sep 2009
806 posts

re: Heating up boudin
Put a little water in a pot, put boudin in a metal colander and put in pot, cover and bring to a boil until heated thru.


Geaux2Hell
LSU Fan
BR
Member since Sep 2006
3396 posts

re: Heating up boudin
oven at 325....rub a little oil on the links and throw them on a sheet pan for about 20 minutes. This will make the casing crispy


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Martini
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2005
30346 posts

re: Heating up boudin
quote:

Rice Cooker




mais yeah.. a rice cooker you.. you gonna put dat boudin in der wit no wattuh and turned dat on.. an all dat case is gonna be bus


This is it and I'm not even a coon ass.


LSUCreole
New Orleans Saints Fan
Lost in a drunken haze
Member since Nov 2005
11378 posts

re: Heating up boudin
the only reason I have a rice cooker is to make popcorn


Kajungee
LSU Fan
South ,Section 6 Row N
Member since Mar 2004
16053 posts

re: Heating up boudin
1-grill
2-rice cooker


But go ahead and give me hell,

I won't think twice about throwing a link in the Microwave


Martini
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2005
30346 posts

re: Heating up boudin
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I won't think twice about throwing a link in the Microwave


I just did it after I responded to the thread since it's eight in the evening.

I also agree with you on the Ronnies head cheese. I got some yesterday and it needs work. All else is well and I told that little black dude to work on it and he said I wasn't the first.

I normally stop in before 8 and he doesn't have his smoked ready yet so I told him I'd stop in a little later to try it. I'll let you know.



Kajungee
LSU Fan
South ,Section 6 Row N
Member since Mar 2004
16053 posts

re: Heating up boudin
quote:

agree with you on the Ronnies head cheese


Jerry Lee's is the place

quote:

I told that little black dude to work on it


He's a good guy

I just stoped by at closing time and picked up a few links myself.

and some craklins

and some sasauge


I ever mention I have pork addiction


LSUCreole
New Orleans Saints Fan
Lost in a drunken haze
Member since Nov 2005
11378 posts

re: Heating up boudin
I really need to hit this place up soon i've heard too many good things


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