In the spirit of Mardi Gras, Seward Co-op's sausage department is offering Cajun Boudin, a classic Louisiana sausage.
To eat like an Acadiana local, skip the casing on this one by squeezing out the mixture as you eat it or cutting it open and forming a boudin ball that you roll in corn meal and fry. It's a great choice for snacking on with beers while the gumbo or étouffée simmer.
Pairs well with grits, collard greens or black-eyed peas. Try eggs benedict with boudin balls instead of ham.
Find the Cajun Boudin and other Seward-made sausages now in our Meat and Seafood department!
All Seward-made sausage is made in Seward Co-op's production kitchen.