A great classic of French cuisine: stewed beans, duck confit, delicious pork sausage.
What could be more comforting than being together with family or friends around a simple dish of beans and meat, but one so well prepared it has become our go-to for sharing on any occasion!
Our tinned cassoulet is the perfect meal for one person who wishes to enjoy a nice hot meal. At 390g, it is the perfect portion to sate your hunger without excess!
Note that you can keep this jar of cassoulet for about 3 years, enabling you to buy several jars at a time and enjoy this homemade cassoulet as often as you want throughout the year.
Our cassoulet simply needs heating for a few minutes in the oven in a dish (Gas mark 6-7, around 200°C), with a scattering of breadcrumbs on it to brown, or can also be warmed in a pan.
The origin of cassoulet dates back to the Middle Ages. At its base then it is a stew - a dish of meat in sauce that simmers for a long time over the fire. At the end of the 14th century, this stew was cooked in an earthenware dish with a particular shape, the 'cassole', which then gave its name to the legendary dish.
Cassoulet as we know it today appeared at the beginning of the 16th century, when the original broad beans were replaced with smaller, more delicate cannellini ones.
Ingredients: White beans, duck wing confit, pure pork sausages, homemade stock (poultry carcasses, carrots, leeks, turnips, onions), tomato, salt, pepper, herbs.