Best Stop Boudin Recipe
Did you ever try the most popular Cajun delicacy of Louisiana, the Best Stop Boudin? If not, you’re missing out on a delicious dish filled with flavorful ingredients. So why don’t you try my recipe for Best Stop Boudin and enjoy its savory goodness?
Prep Time 1 hour hr 30 minutes mins
Cook Time 3 hours hrs
Total Time 4 hours hrs 30 minutes mins
Course Side Dish
Large mixing tub
- Pork Butt 8 Lbs
- Black Pepper 15 Grams
- Chopped Parsley 2 Cups
- Green Onion Sliced 4 Bunches
- Cooked White Long-Grain Rice 6 Cups
- Chicken Livers 1.25
- Lb Water 6 Quarts
- Chopped Onions 4
- Chopped Bell Peppers 4 Celery
- Coarsely Chopped 1 Bunch
- Minced Garlic 2 TbspSalt
- Cayenne 8 Grams
Start by cutting the pork butt into cubes. Place in a large pot and cover with 6 quarts of cool water. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer for 1 hour or until tender.
Strain the pork cubes, reserving both the meat and cooking liquid separately in separate containers. In a large mixing tub, mix together the pork cubes, black pepper, parsley, green onion slices, cooked white long-grain rice, chicken livers, and celery.
Heat the reserved cooking liquid in a pan over medium heat. Add in the chopped onions, bell peppers, garlic, salt, and cayenne. Simmer for 10 minutes until the vegetables are tender.
Add the cooked vegetables to the pork mixture and stir to combine. Using a grinder, process the pork and vegetable mixture in batches until finely ground. Fill casings with the mixture and twist to form boudin. Refrigerate until ready to cook.
- It's important to use high-quality ingredients and to take care when cooking the pork butt so that it remains tender. To get the best results, cook the pork butt slowly over low heat until it’s nice and tender.
- It's also important to mix all the ingredients together well and make sure that everything is evenly distributed. This will help to ensure that each bite of Best Stop Boudin has the perfect flavor and texture.
- Adding a bit of butter or olive oil can give the dish an extra boost of flavor.
- It's important to let the boudin cool before serving. This will help all the flavors meld together and create a perfectly balanced dish.
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