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DENTED Duck Confit (3.8kg 12 Portion DENTEDTins)

£44.95 £37.50

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Confit De Canard 12 Cuisses (3 Years Life)



By far the most economical way of purchasing duck confit and a superb buy if you use confit frequently – larger catering size tins which contain 12 duck confit legs – made with Perigord foie gras ducks which give a very succulent meat.

The best way to use these tins once you open one, is to

1. Remove all twelve duck legs, draining off any excess duck fat.

2. Use the confit you will for one meal (for example 4 portions) – you can also pull the meat off the bone to make shredded duck.

3. The remaining portions can successfully be frozen.

4. Keep the duck fat (it keeps almost indefinitely in a fridge) as it will make the best roast potatoes!

Each tin has 3 years life and can be stored in a cupboard or garage.

Please scroll down for more detailed preparation tips and suggested side dishes.

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Product Information

Storage: Store your tins of duck confit in a cupboard until open. Once open store in a fridge and consume within one week.
Shelf Life: 3 Years
Nutritional Information: Per 100g : 1051 kJ (362 kcal) Fat : 30.1g of which saturated : 10.4g / Carbohydrates : 0.2g of which sugars : 0.15g / Protein : 22.8g / Salt : 1.3g.


Duck legs, duck fat, salt.

Cooking Preparation Tips

To prepare duck confit simply open your tin (leave it at room temperature a few hours beforehand to loosen the fat), brush of any excess duck fat and heat in an oven at 180c until the duck skin becomes crisp and golden brown.

In terms of accompaniments you’re spoiled for choice. Roast potatoes are a natural and you can even use some of the confit duck fat to roast the potatoes in.

Puy lentils, salad, braised red cabbage … the choice is yours!