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lsuson
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2013
7979 posts

How do you prepare your boudin
I see a lot like to grill them making the skin crispy. My preference and you really taste the sausage is to add a little water at the bottom of a pot and steam them for 5-10 min and done.


Epic Cajun
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Lafayette, LA
Member since Feb 2013
23022 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
I usually buy it hot, if I need to cook it then I steam it.


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CHEDBALLZ
LSU Fan
South Central LA
Member since Dec 2009
18789 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
I like it grilled but in the air fryer is pretty good too. I like the skin crispy


BigDropper
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2009
5117 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
On the grill
In the oven
In a pan

I like to crisp the casing up a bit before I eat it.


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jamiegla1
Member since Aug 2016
1678 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
If I don’t eat it hot right after buying, I always grill it


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tewino
Member since Aug 2009
865 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
Microwave works great. It even crisps the skin a little. I am generally anti microwave but reheating boudin and quickly melting butter are my primary uses for it.


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Sherman Klump
UConn Fan
Wellman College
Member since Jul 2011
3716 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
I do the grill but without fail the skin always bust.


Gaston
LSU Fan
Dirty Coast
Member since Aug 2008
32497 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
Rub the casing with oil then bake until right before it busts.


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Lord_Ford
LSU Fan
Prairieville
Member since Jun 2016
2208 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
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I do the grill but without fail the skin always bust.


Gotta put them on that top rack. The warming rack or whatever its called.


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creeper
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Member since Nov 2011
95 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
Smoke it.


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gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
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re: How do you prepare your boudin
I just nuke it for 30 seconds, wait about 10 seconds and nuke it again for 30 seconds. Comes out hot, no casing busted and I'll cut it up in chunks, top it with a bit of Creole mustard and eat it plain or sometimes with crackers.



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bakersman
USA Fan
Grant parish
Member since Apr 2011
3857 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
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like it grilled but in the air fryer is pretty good too. I like the skin crispy


I might try that next time I buy cold


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SUB
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Member since Jan 2009
15368 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
Grilled or baked til skin is crispy.


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MLU
Member since Feb 2017
989 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
Balls


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SomewhereDownInTX
LSU Fan
Down in Texas, Somewhere
Member since Mar 2010
3092 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
My smoker


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Twenty 49
LSU Fan
Shreveport
Member since Jun 2014
13821 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
I usually put in on the gas grill on a folded/doubled sheet of HD foil, sprayed with Pam, over a burner on low heat. Turn the burner on the other side to medium, so it is indirect heating the boudin and avoids sticking/busting. Flip with tongs every few minutes until hot/browned.

It was raining recently, so I put it in the oven per Best Stop instructions (they prefer steaming or boiling): "Set the heat on about 325 degrees, spread the boudin out on a shallow pan and cover it with baking foil. Leave your boudin in the oven for about 10-15 minutes, but keep a close eye on it!"

I think I did that then removed the foil cover and let it go a little longer. Turned out fine.

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Uncle JackD
USA Fan
Member since Nov 2007
57253 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
I’ll either buy it hot or grill it indirect and brush it with a mixture of baby Ray’s & Jack milla.


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Mouth
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Jan 2008
18739 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
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I do the grill but without fail the skin always bust.


I always grill it till its first busts then pull it off. I get a sharp knife and a fork and eat it. I couldn't care less if it starts to fall apart bc I am eating everything... I just want hot boudin with the skin somewhat crispy.


CE Tiger
LSU Fan
Metairie
Member since Jan 2008
39806 posts

re: How do you prepare your boudin
Mine comes frozen. Been trying to use the built in air fryer in my oven but usually wind up burning it.


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