Definition of boudin
1 : blood sausage
2 : a spicy Cajun sausage containing rice and meat (such as pork) or seafood
Recent Examples of boudin from the Web
On our visit this week, the eggs were shrimp curry with caviar and the boudin was shrimp and crab with eel sauce and a spicy aïoli. 3.
Accordingly, the all-ages festival’s French Quarter Food Court will offer such Big Easy favorites as etouffee, po’ boy sandwiches, hush puppies, boudin sausages, seafood gumbo, beignets, pralines and more.
Order the boudin blanc, chicken liver mousse, or the exceptional Marin Sun Farm pork chop.
Understandably, classic Louisiana cuisine is a major element of the festival — vendors feature jambalaya and étouffée, boudin and beignets, catfish and crawfish.
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Origin and Etymology of boudin
Louisiana French & French, sausage
First Known Use: 1829See Words from the same year
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