|Shelf Life:||3 Years|
|Storage:||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|
Lingot beans – sauce: water, tomato concentrate, salt, duck fat, garlic, pepper – charcuterie and meat: duck meat, grilled Toulouse sausages (pork meat, pork fat, water, pork casing, salt, pepper).
Pour your duck 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 addsome 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.