Cassoulet

Cassoulet

Cassoulet

Cassoulet is a rich slow cooked stew or casserole originating from the south of France. A cassoulet almost always consists of a meat (sausage, pork, duck, chicken, bacon or pork fat) and white beans simmered in a rich tomato gravy.

In its most traditional form a cassoulet was a peasant dish, where a new Cassoulet would have it’s base created by deglazing the pan of the previous dish. Thus meaning the flavour of a Cassoulet can last for years, being developed over time.

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