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Boudain Dip


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Welcome back to Food ~ Flavor ~ Fun!  A place to find and share some great food ideas with loads of flavor to be made and shared b you with family and friends to bring more fun and happiness into your life. 

Monday’s are a  about starters.  Tonight features a hometown favorite.  My Aunt Francis used to fix this when we had family gatherings.  The base of this dip is Boudain.  It’s a cajun rice dressing that is housed in a sausage type casing.  It comes in different hat levels from mild to extra hot.  Growing up in Southeast Texas, I had this tasty treat quite often.  I’ve been able to find it locally in the grocery store.  It’s not as good at Judice’s back home, but it will do for a dip.

If your looking for something new and out of the ordinary, give this one a try.

Boudain Dip


  • 1 pound Boudain
  • 8 ounces sour cream


Remove the wrapping from warmed Boudain.  Add 8 ounces of sour cream.  Mix with a fork until blended.  Serve either warm or cold.  I like it warm.


Categories : Starters

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