boudin blanc

1. A delicate sausage, similar to a quenelle in texture, made with chicken, fat, eggs, cream, bread crumbs and seasonings. It is most often gently sautéed and served hot. The term is French for “white pudding.” 2. In Louisiana, boudin blanc is a sturdier sausage made with veal, rice and onions. See also sausage.



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