This boudain is the family recipe, birthed from Southwest Louisiana and perfected and approved in Southeast Texas over decades, for which DJ’s was founded upon. DJ’s Boudain looks like and feels like a pork sausage link with its thin casing and long, arc shape. It even pairs deliciously with sausage links, hot dogs, and barbecue; or this can stand alone for a meal on the grill, stovetop or microwave. The color is a soft, muted pearl-white hue with exciting specks of colors mixed in. Look for the vivid green (onions) specks!
DJ’s Boudain is the product of time, tradition and terrific taste between the bayous of Louisiana and Texas. Our recipe is what started our company, and this is THE boudain we set out to make. Our boudain makes a full meal by itself, but you can also have it for a quick and easy snack, an appetizer or a side dish.
Our boudin is U.S. inspected and passed by the Department of Agriculture. Our net weight for the 2-link package is 16 oz. Keep refrigerated or frozen. Please look for the sell or freeze-by date on the package label. Keep raw meats and poultry separate from other foods, wash working surfaces (including cutting boards) utensils, and hands after touching raw meat or poultry. Cook thoroughly. Keep hot foods hot, refrigerate leftovers immediately or discard. If you’ve tasted our boudain before, chances are that there will be little discard aside from napkins!
Sausage and boudain are terrific together, but it also pairs well with anything – a side dish for gumbo, seafood, burgers, buffalo wings, and more. Boudin is a southern, Cajun meal that is truly a regional delicacy. Our original recipe is here for you, ready to pack up and ship to wherever you may be and wherever a good meal is yet to be had.