- 400 white meat of pork (breast and ham)
- 4 whole eggs
- salt and pepper
This is probably one of the most unusual dishes that you will taste and never be able to get out of your mind. This white pudding (boudin blanc) dish originates from Rethel (Ardennes, Eastern France), and it is made with nothing sweet but everything savory.
Infused with perfectly seasoned cuts of meat, eggs, and milk, this dish might sound intimidating at first but will have you reaching for several helpings after the first bite! The best part about this meal is that you can have it for any occasion, a family meal, a friend get together, or a holiday such as Christmas.
How to Make Boudin blanc de Rethel
When you serve it
Pour some olive oil or any oil of your choice in a frying pan and saute the white pudding in it for a while till you see it brown a little on top.
Since then it has been patented and became a certified product of Rethel.