Manda's Pork Boudin
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Q: What kind of liver is used in the boudin? What kind of liver is used in the boudin?
A: This traditional Cajun delicacy is made with a blend of rice, pork, and liver and seasoned with onion, bell pepper, green onions, and Cajun spices. The brand does not specify if it is pork or chicken liver.
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Manda’s Boudin delight, used as a great grilling favorite, boudin balls, stuffing; chicken, pork chops, jalapenos and bell pepper bites. It combines cooked rice, pork and liver for a very special treat.
COOKING INSTRUCTIONS: FOR ALL METHODS BELOW, OBTAIN AT LEAST 160 DEGREES BEFORE EATING!
Microwave: Wrap one link in damp paper towel. Heat for one minute on high or to desire heat level.
Steam: Fill pot with enough water to cover bottom (about half inch). Heat on high until steam forms. Lower temperature and place boudin in pot. Cover and heat for 2 minutes or until warm. Do not submerge boudin in water.
BBQ Pit: Roll link with foil and heat on pit. Or, place boudin directly on grill and cook until outer casing is crisp.
Oven or skillet: Heat slowly until skin becomes crisp
|Calories from fat||40|
|Cholesterol per unit||10|
|Dietary fiber per unit||0|
|Saturated fat per unit||8|
|Serving per container||4.5|
|Serving Size||2.6 oz|
|Sodium per unit||6|