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MahiFishn
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Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
How would y’all suggest to cook the frozen boudin balls from Billy’s? I’ve tried to deep fry them but every time the outside gets too crunchy and the inside is still cold.


TigerstuckinMS
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
Maybe defrost them first...


Rekrul
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
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Maybe defrost them first




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Cold Drink
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
That’s like asking how do you cook Blue Bell mint chocolate chip ice cream. You supposed to eat them cold, baw


jpainter6174
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
To be fair I believe tonys boudin balls tell you to fry them frozen for 4-5 mins. But Billy’s are lot bigger so I’d probably thaw...


Capital Cajun
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
I usually thaw an then put in the oven at 350 till desired warmth.

Outside is crunchy.


DoctorTechnical
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
1) Ask them when you buy them. Amazingly-enough, they'll offer helpful suggestions.

2) Aren't the frozen ones already cooked?

3) I tried oven and stove-top re-heating, but I'm pretty sure starving-me wound up just microwaving them (see #2).


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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
You can call and ask the best way to re-fry or reheat. I would defrost first.



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GeauxldMember
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
No need to fry them again. Throw ‘em in the oven. I do them at 425°. Just keep an eye on them so they don’t bust open and lose all the cheese if they’re of the pepper jack variety...


iwantacooler
Member since Aug 2017
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
Bump. Was gifted a few bags of these and the wraps and want to treat them right.
Best oven method?
Thaw, cook somewhere between 350-425 for about how long? 15 minutes or so?


Rouge
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
350

Wire rack

Check after 30 min


bossflossjr
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
Rouge’s recommendation is good....

I spray pam on a sheet of aluminum foil and put on a pan.... no mess. No need to defrost them If you bake them / 350 for 25 minutes gets inside melted at my house.


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JodyPlauche
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
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No need to fry them again


A play on his last name


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speedosporter
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
Thaw, greaseless or air fryer for 45 minutes


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TH03
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
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I usually thaw an then put in the oven at 350 till desired warmth


This


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nateslu1
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
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fry them frozen for 4-5 mins


That can't be right


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redfish99
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
I roll in flour and pan fry.


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bdevill
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls

I put em frozen in a 400 degree oven on a wire rack with a cookie sheet underneath for 45 minutes.


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iwantacooler
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
There is no substitute for hot out of the grease, but 350 on a wire rack for 25 minutes (thawed) was pretty damn close.


lsuwins3
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re: Billy’s Frozen Boudin Balls
“fry them frozen for 4-5 minutes “

I had to buy 700 from Tony’s for a party and this is what is printed on the bag. The manager ended up selling me fresh ones that we fried. Everyone said how much better they were this year.


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