A while back I was texting with my friend Amy about different appetizers and she mentioned that she had made a boudin dip. Well I love boudin and you know I love dip so I was intrigued and HAD to know more! She told me what all went into it and I couldn’t wait to try it.
Unfortunately I did have to wait a while, I just didn’t have anything to make a dip for. Then came Mardi Gras. I was so excited to make it and let me tell you, it didn’t disappoint! This dip is delicious and SO easy! But be forewarned, it makes a LOT. I ended up letting the guys eat the leftovers at their poker night. Problem solved. But before I did that, I was brainstorming and was thinking this would be great stuffed in chicken breasts. Just a thought. Alternately, if you want to make a smaller amount, maybe just buy one of those small tubs of dip (if you’re a dip junkie you know what I mean) and just use three links of boudin.
I served the dip with the Town House crackers that are pretzel on one side.
Recipe from Amy D./Kim M.
Six links boudin
One large tub French Onion Dip (get a good one, no cheap junk)
crackers for serving
In a large skillet/pot, boil the boudin as per package instructions. Remove from water and allow to cool a few minutes until okay to handle. Cut a slit in each link and scrape the filling into a large bowl. Mix with one tub of onion dip and green onions. Taste for seasonings (it will depend on your boudin if you will need to add additional seasonings or not). Serve warm.