Definition of confit
1 : meat (such as goose, duck, or pork) that has been cooked and preserved in its own fat
2 : a garnish made usually from fruit or vegetables that are cooked until tender in a seasoned liquid
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Strain, save, and reuse the confit oil for a second batch, or use it to make Tomato Vinaigrette.
Crab Louis salad is hidden inside a miniature head of iceberg lettuce; duck breast is cured with hibiscus tea and served with green curry duck confit dumplings.
Guerrilla Tacos The food truck known for its inventive tacos—think sea urchin and duck-heart confit—will open a brick-and-mortar location later this year.
Bar Roma: Several special brunch items are on the menu for Father’s Day, including a sweet corn, dungeness crab souffle ($9) and a duck confit entree ($16).
Sweet bacon jam and tart tomato confit added some contrasting flavors. Snag a photo of the tall burger with Millenia 106’s open kitchen in the background for your Instagram.
This Sanford restaurant’s Bite30 menu includes dishes such as baby octopus mopped in sorghum, a Plant City strawberry salad, maple leaf duck confit and its infamous chocolate gravy biscuit.
Served with gold potato confit and asparagus, and the lemon-thyme seasoning flavored the entire plate.
On the menu: For breakfast and brunch, sweet and savory crepes, five varieties of benedicts including duck confit, and four kinds of French toast.
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