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Andouille is a smoked sausage made with innards, lean pork chunks and other seasonings. True Andouille is pork in a beef casing. It should be larger than sausage. Also Andouille is ground courser, meaning the holes in the grinder head are larger than your index finger.


Normal sausage is usually out of ground meat. In comparison, the andouille sausage is more chunky because of the chopped pork. In terms of taste, the andouille sausage has a very distinct flavour, similar to craft sausages. Overall, it has a coarse, smoky and sharp taste.


As nouns the difference between sausage and andouille is that sausage is a food made of ground meat (or meat substitute) and seasoning, packed in a cylindrical casing; a length of this food while andouille is a spiced, heavily smoked, cajun pork sausage, often made from the entire gastrointestinal system of the pig.


The Origin of Andouille Sausage. ... They both use andouille (ahn-DOO-ee), a spicy sausage made from smoked pork. Andouille sausage is thought to have originated in France or Germany, countries that both have rich and extensive traditions of sausage making. The French creators call their sausage-making charcuterie.


Andouille Sausage Seasoning. Andouille, pronounced "an-DOO-ee" is a smoked pork sausage that originated in France. ... Cajun andouille sausage is a very different version than its distant French cousin. Cajun andouille is smoked and stuffed with spices such as cayenne, garlic, paprika and thyme.


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Cajun Bros. Andouille Sausage - Louisiana's finest sausage, Andouille is a must for gumbo, jambalaya and red beans & rice. Made the authentic way; with coarsely ground, seasoned pork, smoked to perfection. (1 lb pack). Item #: 904


Looking for a traditional alternative to a Pork andouille sausage Want something just as authentic with ta presence of Cajun flavor. Look no further! Our beef andouille sausage is made with all-natural grass-fed ground beef, garlic, thyme, red pepper, cayenne, salt, and black pepper. The mixture is then stuffed into all-natural pork casing and then smoked. The result is bold, spicy, and limitless when it comes to making your favorite recipes. So whether you're whipping up a batch of jambalaya or just looking for a tasty snack, our beef andouille sausage is sure to hit the spot.


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This is the spicy cajun sausage youhave seen Emeril use so many times! It is traditionally used injumbalaya andGumbo. It is also excellent in Chili, with Eggs, Baked Beans, inOmelets, Soups,Hor d'oeuvres, etc.


I make a pretty good authentic Gumbo, but finding the perfect Andouille sausage to buy here in NJ is not an easy task. Sure I have tried Hillshire and Johnsonville brands but they are NOT the right taste or texture like what I have had in New Orleans. So I figured I might try posting this question here to see what other gumbo enthusiasts use. Thanks so much in advance.


Suggested Procedure: Grind meat once through 1/4" plate, and then mix in all seasoning and water. Mix well. Then stuff into 32-35mm hog casings. Place product on smoke sticks and dry at 110 F for 30 minutes to 1 hour or until skins are tacky and dry. Then smoke for 1 1/2 hours at 110 F. After 1 1/2 hours, raise temperature to 195 F. Cook until an internal temperature




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