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Potato Confit

18 Jun

May I introduce you to your new best friend, a perfect side partner to innumerable dishes including the next recipe that will come up on the blog. This delightment is so good you will even be tempted to eat it alone.

Alone meaning by itself.

Alone meaning when no one else is around because you will want it all for yourself.

I give you Potato Confit.

ingredients

ingredients for potato confit

Confit, French for preserved, is a food preparation cooks have used since at least medieval times in order to preserve foods far beyond their normal expiration date. In making confit, you preserve an ingredient so it will last months or even years. While confit was originally prepared using sugar or salt, confit now generally means slow cooking an ingredient in some kind of fat.

Cooking in fat. Can’t go wrong there.


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