This could take pride of place on your Christmas table and we’ve done all the hard work. Confit of duck is the first thing I buy when in France. I absolutely love it. This is a beautiful rendition of a French classic and tastes heavenly. The sauce was made using freshly squeezed blood oranges and juicy cranberries that have been steeped with thyme and brandy. It looks spectacular too. This will only be available in the lead up to Christmas. You can pick up in store, order online or pre-order for larger parties. So good! Serve with C Si Bon Potato Gratin. You can serve this warm or shredded over a salad. Stunning!
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, FLAVOURS OR PRESERVATIVES • GLUTEN FREE
Defrost for up to 2 hours. Place in oven and heat at 180 degrees celsius for approximately 30 minutes until duck is golden and crispy.
Confit of duck, cranberries, blood orange juice, brandy
Servings per pack : Serves 2 (2 x duck leg and one duck thigh), Serves 4 (4 duck marylands)
Storage Instructions : Store in your freezer until ready to re-heat. Do not re-heat twice.
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