Easy Duck Confit
Popular recipe from France, the duck confit is a recipe where everyone brings the ingredients of his choice to give taste to a delicious meat!
Jean Larnaudie Duck Confit with Chestnuts, Pears and Potatoes
A classic, hugely popular recipe from France. One you can make time and time again and it just gets better! Learn how to easily make a duck confit recipe with chestnuts, pears and potatoes by following the simple steps of our preparation. A delicious dish that everyone will love!
6 duck confit legs
600g preserved chestnuts, canned
12 medium potatoes
3 sprigs of thyme
salt and pepper
Start this duck confit recipe with chestnuts, pears and potatoes by preheating the oven to 200 ° C (th. 6/7).
Peel and rinse the potatoes. Slice them into thin slices without going all the way to the bottom, to leave the potatoes whole. Wash the pears and cut them into slices.
Coarsely degrease the duck legs and put them in a dish. Bake them for a few minutes to melt the rest of the fat. Drain them and reserve the fat.
Put the potatoes in the dish. Season and sprinkle with a few spoonfuls of duck fat and add 25 cl of water. Bake and cook for 30 min.
Add the pears and chestnuts around the potatoes, then arrange the confit thighs on top. Sprinkle with thyme leaves. Bake and cook for another 20 minutes.