How to Make Duck Confit
Makes 4 or More Servings (depending on application)
Duck confit is traditionally made by slow-cooking duck legs in duck fat until the meat becomes super tender. It’s rich, delicious, and can be served hot or cold as the protein on a salad or entrée plate. The meat can also be taken off the bone, shredded, and used as an ingredient in all sorts of tasty dishes.
We also sell pre-cooked duck confit if you want to skip this step.
The leftover duck fat can be used in other duck fat recipes.