Cassoulet is one of our favorite French dishes.  It’s a hearty and delicious meal and perfect for a cold, wintery evening.  This slow-cooked casserole, originating in the south of France, mainly consists of pork belly, duck and white haricot beans.  We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!



  1. Season the cubes of pork with salt and pepper and fry in some duck fat until nice golden color
  2. Then add the haricot beans, garlic, herbs, powdered cloves, pork rind, tomatoes and tomato puree
  3. Cover with fresh water and simmer gently for about 1 1/2 hours
  4. Part cook the sausages in some duck fat and put to one side with the pieces of preserved duck until the beans are cooked
  5. Transfer the bean mixture to a greased earthware casserole with the sausages and preserved duck.
  6. Then put a layer of fresh breadcrumbs on the top
  7. Cook in a preheated oven at 400 F for a further 20

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