Boudin, the Louisiana Cajuns’ version of a Polish Kiszka or Blood Sausage. This seasoning in particular can be used for the bloody variety or non-bloody, called boudin blanc. A highly seasoned sausage, you can substitute some of the fatty pork with liver or heart, a common ingredient in some boudin sausages. Adding rice to the recipe works well for both the bloody or milky recipes. Caution: If you decide to use milk, keep in mind its very short shelf life, freeze what you don’t eat.
Stuff into a 40-43mm Beef Round or 38mm Smoked Collagen (sold separately)
Makes 50 lbs. Contains Soy. Recipe on package.