meaning of Boudin

Boudin meaning in Cooking Dictionary

A pork- and rice-based, highly seasoned sausage this is certainly common in southern Louisiana cooking. The definition of is French for "white pudding."

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  • Acadian pork blood sausage, very seasoned and containing rice. The proportion of bloodstream to rice creates "white" or "red" boudin. It originated among the Bayou communities. Smooth sausages of two types. Boudin blanc contain veal, chicken, and chicken. Boudin noir are designed with bloodstream and rice or potatoes. The second kind are preferred in European and Creole cooking.

Boudin - French to English

black colored pudding [Br.] [blood sausage]

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