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La Belle Chaurienne - Goose Cassoulet 840g tin
La Belle Chaurienne - Goose Cassoulet 840g tin

Goose Cassoulet La Belle Chaurienne (840g Tin Serves Two)


Cassoulet D’Oie La Belle Chaurienne 2 Portions (Best Before 10/2025)

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    A very popular goose cassoulet prepared for us by La Belle Chaurienne cassoulet specialists in Castelnaudary, prepared with tender pieces of goose, Toulouse sausages and cassoulet beans.

    Cassoulet makes a delicious French meal for two and is 100% natural and gluten free, simply warm up gently in a saucepan, and for more detailed preparation tips, please scroll down!

    3 year life if unopened.


    Lingot beans – sauce: water, tomato concentrate, salt, duck fat, garlic, pepper – charcuterie and meat: goose meat, grilled Toulouse sausages (pork meat, pork fat, water, pork casing, salt, pepper).

    Product details

    Shelf Life:

    3 Years


    Store in a cupboard. Once open store in a fridge and consume within 3 days.

    Dietary Information:

    Gluten free. Nut free. Egg free. Lactose free. Wheat and derivative free.

    Nutritional Information:

    Per 100g : 557 kJ (134 kcal) Fat : 6g of which saturated : 2.2g / Carbohydrates : 6.7g of which sugars : 0.5g / Protein : 11g / Salt : 0.8g

    Cooking Preparation Tips

    Pour your goose cassoulet into an oven proof dish and place in a pre-heat in the oven (180c) for 20 minutes.

    Or if you’re pushed for time simply warm gently in a saucepan.

    If you have more time try frying some shallots and a couple of garlic cloves until golden brown. Then add some pieces of chorizo and add these to your cassoulet for delicious results!

    Another thing you can try is to make up 1/2 cup of chicken stock (even from a powder) and/ or 3 tablespoon’s tomato concentrate and add to your cassoulet for a more open texture.

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