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Boudin Noir - Blood Sausage

Boudin Noir - Blood Sausage

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Natural blood sausage made with onions and spices the traditional French way.

A pack includes 4 links (avg weight 1 lb)

Ingredients

Pork blood, onions, pork jowl, salt, spices, natural hog casing.

  • Preservatives_FreePreservatives Free
  • Antibiotic freeAntibiotic Free
  • Nitrates freeNitrates & Nitrites Free
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Made with a blend of pork jowl, onions, spices, and fresh pork blood, our boudin noir or blood sausage is the perfect addition to any at-home dinners or breakfast plate. Whether you're a fan of traditional French cuisine or simply looking to try something new and flavorful, our boudin noir is sure to satisfy. And since our sausage contains no artificial ingredients, preservatives, or nitrites/nitrates, you can feel good about indulging in this tasty treat.

To store your boudin noir sausage, simply keep it refrigerated for 8 days or you can freeze it in case you won't consume it right away. However, we recommend serving it within a few days after receiving for maximum freshness and flavor.

Ways to Savor it:

Wondering how to enjoy your blood sausage?

Besides the French traditional recipe of reheating the boudin in a stoneware plate in the oven with cooked apples and serving it with mashed potatoes, there are countless ways to savor its unique flavor and texture! Here are just a few ideas to get you started:

1: Serve sliced boudin noir alongside boiled potatoes and lingonberry jam for a traditional Scandinavian breakfast, or as part of an English breakfast alongside bacon and eggs.

2: Crumble cooked boudin noir over a fresh green salad, along with pine nuts and green onions, for a satisfying and flavorful lunch.

3: Use boudin noir in your favorite sausage recipes, such as jambalaya or sausage stuffing, for a delicious twist on a classic dish.

4: Boudin noir is also a great addition in soups and stews where it adds a hearty flavor.

No matter how you choose to enjoy it, Dufour Gourmet's boudin noir sausage is sure to impress. So why wait? Buy blood sausage online today and experience the authentic taste of traditional French cuisine!

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The blood sausage is pre-cooked as it was poached during the production process. We recommend placing the boudin in a stoneware dish with butter and thin sliced apples. Re-heat it in a hot oven (350F) for about 15-20 minutes. You can serve it with mashed potatoes and caramelized apples or onions. However, so many different cultures have their own recipes and way of consuming blood sausage so feel free to enjoy this traditional delicacy in various dishes!What is blood sausage? Blood sausage, also known as black pudding, is a type of sausage made by combining pork meat, fat, and blood with various seasonings such as onions, and spices. The blood used, often from pigs or other animals, gives the sausage its distinct dark color. Popular in many cultures worldwide, this savory sausage can be cooked in various ways, like frying or boiling, and offers a rich, flavorful taste with a unique texture.

Is Boudin Noir made with pork blood? Yes! Boudin Noir or Blood Sausage is a type of sausage that originated in France and is typically made with a blend of pork, pork blood and spices. At Dufour Gourmet, our boudin noir is made using the traditional French method to offer you an authentic and delightful moment.

Is blood sausage the same as boudin? Blood sausage is a type of boudin. Boudin is a cooked sausage made with meat (often pork), seasonings and vegetables. There are countless of recipes depending on the country and region it is made in.

How to serve blood sausage? We recommend placing the boudin in a stoneware dish with butter and thin sliced apples. Place it in a hot oven (350F) for about 15-20 minutes. You can serve it with mashed potatoes and caramelized apples or onions. However, so many different cultures have their own recipes and way of consuming blood sausage, "black pudding" in the UK and Ireland is for example typically eaten as breakfast food.

Is blood sausage healthy to eat? While blood sausage is a high-fat edible delicacy, it contains a high amount of iron, is rich in minerals and vitamin B12 which will strengthen your immune system.

How to cook blood sausage? The blood sausage is pre-cooked as it was poached during the production process. We recommend placing the boudin in a stoneware dish with butter and thin sliced apples. Re-heat it in a hot oven (350F) for about 15-20 minutes. You can serve it with mashed potatoes and caramelized apples or onions. However, so many different cultures have their own recipes and way of consuming blood sausage so feel free to enjoy this traditional delicacy in various dishes!