Today we are on our way to Port Barre and Savoie’s Grocery :
From the popular roux used in gumbos and gravies to the smoked sausage, boudin and tasso added for that unmistakable authentic flavor, Savoie’s Cajun food products have become staples of Cajun cuisine, a part of every family meal and gathering. Through the years, our products have expanded to accommodate the changing needs of our audience.
Today, the enterprises under Savoie’s Food are among the brand leaders in Cajun food products, with members of the Savoie family continuing to head the business. Company headquarters are still located on the original Savoie’s Grocery site on Highway 742 in Opelousas, Louisiana. Many employees are from the same families who first worked for Ms. Eula – proving we still consider ourselves first and foremost, a family business. And when you taste any of Savoie’s® Cajun food products, you’ll see for yourself what it means to be a part of our family.https://shop.savoiesfoods.com/
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2 loaves of frozen bread dough
- 1 pound of ground beef
- 1 pound of Savoie’s® sausage
- Shredded Mozzarella and Provolone cheese
- Defrost frozen bread loaf according to package directions.
- While it’s defrosting, brown a pound of ground beef and a pound or more of chopped or sliced Savoie’s® sausage.
- Cool the meat mixture.
- When the bread is defrosted, spread it out to a large rectangular shape.
- Fill the center of the bread with beef and sausage. Top with grated cheeses (we use mozzarella and provolone) and chopped olives.
- Fold the sides of bread over the meat and pinch seam closed. Transfer to baking pan placing the seam side down.
- Bake at 375 degrees until the bread is dark, golden brown.
- Let cool approximately 30 minutes, if you can, before slicing. Ca c’est bon, sha!!