Boudin balls on a plate with sauce.
Fried Louisiana-Style Boudin Balls Are The Savory Appetizer You Should Have
Fried boudin balls are made with de-cased boudin sausage, then dipped in flour and egg, breaded, and fried to a crisp until golden brown.
To prepare, remove the boudin from the casing and roll the boudin stuffing into balls an inch or two in diameter.
Coat the balls in flour, dip them in beaten eggs, and roll them in breadcrumbs. Fry in hot oil (between 325 and 375 degrees Fahrenheit) until golden, and drain on paper towels.
Fried boudin balls are perfect with remoulade dipping sauce, made from mayonnaise, Creole mustard, lemon or pickle juice, hot sauce or horseradish, and seasonings.