Is Boudin Sausage Already Cooked?
Unless boudin stuffing is sold as a raw product, it is almost always cooked when you buy it.
Boudin is made from pork, which is unsafe to eat raw or undercooked. Also, it isn’t the type of sausage that’s dry-cured.
Therefore, boudin must always be cooked thoroughly before being eaten.
How to Cook Boudin on the Stove (How to Boil Boudin)
If you want to cook boudin on the stove, you’ll need a large pot of water, and if you wish, a blend of Cajun seasonings to add flavor to the water.
Use these steps as a guideline to cook boudin on the stove:
What’S The Best Way To Cook Boudin?
There is no one definitive answer to this question. Some people prefer to cook boudin by frying it, while others might bake it in the oven.
How do you cook boudin in a pan?
Does boudin come fully cooked?
- Preheat oven to 275 to 300 degrees F. Lightly oil a sheet pan and place the links on the sheet pan.
- Bake slowly for 25 to 30 minutes until the boudin is golden brown on the outside. Serve boudin on a platter with your favorite pickled okra and good whole grain mustard.