Where does Confit De Canard come from

Confit de Canard (duck confit) from Lafitte


Duck confit ("Confit" means something like "preserved") is a very old method of making fried foods Duck legs to make durable. At the Confit de canard the salted meat is cooked in duck fat.

Confit de canard However, it is very difficult to buy in Germany.

That's why I have it for you straight from the Landes (southwest of France) ordered. Duck confit It is also easy to prepare yourself need a lot of time (a detailed recipe With Tips can be found in my book “French Cooking with Aurélie”).

So if you want to save yourself the hassle, you can Order 2 or 5 beautiful legs from me and use them for your prescription right away. For example, you could use the confits "À la sarladaise" (so off Sarlat in the Périgord) with fried potatoes or as the main ingredient for your cassoulet to take.

The rest Duck fat should not be disposed of, but carefully for yours fried potatoes store.


ingredients : French duck legs, duck fat, salt.

Natural product: without colorings and preservatives.

Manufacturer:Lafitte - B.P 60023 40501 Montaut France

Preparation advice: the confit thighs with a minimum of fat in a pan on the skin side 5 minutes on high heat and then 10 minutes on low heat Cover and heat. You can also use them at 180 ° C for 15 minutes Heat in the oven with the skin side up.


The 1920 of Pierre LAFITTE founded company originally dealt with the sale of game (partridge, woodcock, ortolan, hare ...) to a clientele of traditional restaurateurs region. The long history of the LAFITTE company has its origins in MONTAUT, a small picturesque village in the Landes region in south-western France, on the hills of Chalosse refuses, with which the company is closely associated.

Nutritional values ​​per 100 g (avg.):

Calorific value1458 kJ / 352 kcal
fat30 g
saturated fat9.9 g
carbohydrates<0.5 g
sugar<0.5 g
protein22 g
salt1.7 g
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