andouille

[an-doo-ee, ahn-dwee; French ahn-doo-yuh]
noun
1.
a spicy, smoked pork sausage, with garlic and Cajun seasonings.
2.
a spicy, black-skinned chitterlings sausage.
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andouille (ɑ̃duj)
 
n
a spicy smoked pork sausage with a blackish skin

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andouille
type of sausage, c.1600, from Fr. andouille, from L. inductilla, neut. pl. of inductilis, from inducere "to load or put in" (see induct). The original notion was perhaps of the filling "introduced" into the sausage.
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Example sentences
Andouille sausage or another smoked meat is often added for additional depth of flavor.
Andouille is made with pork, boudin with pork and rice.
We've suggested andouille sausage here, but any of your favorite sausages can be used, including plain old breakfast sausages.
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