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Duck Confit Castaing (1350g Four Duck Legs)

£29.95

Confit De Canard 4 Cuisses Castaing

Order Now – Get It Tue 26 Oct Mainland UK

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    Description

    A very high quality confit de canard prepared by Castaing in the Landes region – the quality of the duck meat is excellent and generally when our customers try the “Castaing” brand of confit, they then re-order them.

    Each duck leg is large and like everything Castaing prepare, the quality of ingredients and flavour are outstanding. Even the duck fat in the tin is good!

    Our verdict? The Castaing brand of confit are the most expensive in our range, but this is justified in the flavour.

    Please scroll down to view our serving tips and suggestions.

    3 years life.

    Ingredients

    Duck legs, duck fat, salt.

    Product details

    Storage:

    Confit de canard can be stored in a cupboard 4 years. Once opened store in fridge and consume within 3 days.

    Nutritional Information:

    Per 100g : 2300 kJ (550 kcal) Fat : 56g of which saturated : 19g / Carbohydrates : 0.5g of which sugars : 0.5g / Protein : 11g / Salt : 1.1g.

    Cooking Preparation Tips

    It’s worth placing your tin of duck confit at room temperature a couple of hours before use to loosen the duck fat so it’s easier to remove the duck legs from the tin.

    Once done remove the duck confit from tin brushing off any excess fat and place in an oven dish.

    Pre-heat oven to 180c and place confit de canard in oven for circa 25 minutes until crisp and golden brown.

    Duck confit goes well with roast potatoes, a side salad, lentils, cassoulet beans, braised red cabbage …

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