|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.
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!
Brexit & Ordering – in anticipation of likely importing delays from end of October, we encourage customers thinking of ordering for Autumn and Christmas to order as early as possible to avoid shortages & potential price rises. All the range have long life and can be stored in a cupboard a few years. We’re also including one packet of chocolate coated walnuts with all orders as a thank you!