Yield: 12 Servings
|2 \N||Eggs; beaten|
|\N \N||Bread crumbs seasoned with salt and cayenne|
|\N \N||Fresh chiles; approx. one per ball (variable)|
|\N \N||Oil for frying|
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 1996 14:07:39 -0600 From: rael@...
Yields about 4 dozen.
Remove boudin from casing; mix in fresh chiles.
Shape mixture into balls about the size of a golf ball or smaller.
Dip in beaten egg mixture and then into seasoned bread crumbs. I like to either use a large bowl with the bread crumbs in it and tossing 10 balls in it at a time and "tossing" to coat. [best to coat only as many balls as you can fry at one time; seasoning gets soggy if allowed to sit]. Or, put bread crumbs in a large plastic bag, add balls, and "shake".
Heat approx 1½ inch of oil in a large, heavy bottomed (cast iron is excellent) skillet. Deep fat fry balls at 375 degrees (temp may be lowered, but no lower than 345 degrees) until golden brown; drain on paper towels.
Adapted from CAJUN CUISINE (Beau Bayou Publishing Co., 1985) CHILE-HEADS DIGEST V2 #272
From the Chile-Heads recipe list. Downloaded from Glen's MM Recipe Archive, .