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LSUballs
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Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
I’ve always done the whole process in a day. And the meat/rice mixture is still warm. But I think I’ve bit off more boudin than I have time to make tonite and would like to do the stuffing part tomorrow night. Does it stuff worth a shite if the stuffing is cold?


ETA- where I’m at in the process. Got a while to go

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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
quote:

ETA- where I’m at in the process

can you post the process before stuffing


LSUballs
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
They won’t be Mdawg quality but sure


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
I’ve never done it cold but if it’s mixed well and it’s going through a compression stuffer I don’t see any real issue. Maybe a little gummy.

Make some into balls. Whenever I’ve made it I’ve always chilled the portion to make balls simply because they hold together better. Hence the gummy response.


LSUballs
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
I cooked it down until everything was tender, about 1:45, strained and separated the stock. I think I’ll just reheat the stock, make hot rice, then mix in the tub with the chilled meat when I go to stuff it tomorrow. That will get everything back heated up. This is 20lbs of pork butt, 5 lbs of pork liver, 10 yellow onions, 20 celery stalks, 2 red & 2 green peppers, 8 big jalapeños, 3 heads of garlic and seasonings. Will grind and add about 7lbs of rice before stuffing.

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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
Seems like it would be hard to get it out of the stuffer tube if it’s cold
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LSUballs
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
I agree. I think I’ve got it figured out how to get everything back warmed up


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consumptive_use
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
I have, but my recipe does result in all the cooking liquid being put back into the meat/rice/veggie mixture.
It is noticeably different than stuffing while warm, but not enough that I would heat everything back up just to stuff it.


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Martini
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
You could put that shite in the freezer and it would be good as a popsicle. Man that looks good.


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
I always found my grinder/stuffer works better when the stuff is cold


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
That looks awesome. Post some pics after you finish if you don't mind.


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
Looks fantastic!


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
Kudos Mr. Balls!


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GeauxTigers0107
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
That looks killer. Wish I knew how to do that and had the equipment to try.


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gmrkr5
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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
i've been wanting to make a batch for a minute.. got some casings and everything. may have to do it this weekend after seeing your thread


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
Some fine looking boudin. Thanks for sharing the pics.


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re: Anybody ever stuffed boudin cold? *Updated with finished product
Thanks for sharing


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