Confit

From the French word meaning "to preserve." This refers to meat, such as duck, goose or vegetables that has been cooked slowly until soft and tender and is preserved in this way. The meat is usually cooked in its own rendered fat and covered so that there's no contact with air.

03 Nov 2009
 

From the French word meaning "to preserve." This refers to meat, such as duck, goose or vegetables that has been cooked slowly until soft and tender and is preserved in this way. The meat is usually cooked in its own rendered fat and covered so that there's no contact with air.

 

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