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Castaing Onion Confit 100g

A French Staple

Castaing‚Äôs onion con¬≠fit, unas¬≠sum¬≠ing and sweet-scent¬≠ed, can turn sim¬≠ple lun¬≠cheon or din¬≠ner dish¬≠es into some¬≠thing ele¬≠gant¬≠ly deli¬≠cious. It is a fit¬≠ting com¬≠pan¬≠ion for any meal!


Whether you know it as onion jam, onion con¬≠fit, or onion mar¬≠malade, to call this item a condi¬≠ment or a side dish would be to do it an injus¬≠tice. While raw onions hit you with a com¬≠plex fla¬≠vor‚ÄČ‚ÄĒ‚ÄČsharp and bit¬≠ter and sour all at once‚ÄČ‚ÄĒ‚ÄČonion jam presents the bulb vegetable‚Äôs nat¬≠ur¬≠al sug¬≠ars right at the fore. As strong as it is sweet, this pre¬≠serve at once tem¬≠pers and enhances the savori¬≠ness of meats and coax¬≠es out the sweet¬≠ness in breads and pas¬≠tries. Its gift is in its ver¬≠sa¬≠til¬≠i¬≠ty, enjoy¬≠able through¬≠out all parts of the day.


Onion con¬≠fit is a nat¬≠ur¬≠al accom¬≠pa¬≠ni¬≠ment for a slab of foie gras and a promi¬≠nent part of any ter¬≠rine board‚ÄČ‚ÄĒ‚ÄČbut you should def¬≠i¬≠nite¬≠ly con¬≠sid¬≠er it a kitchen sta¬≠ple. In addi¬≠tion to lay¬≠er¬≠ing it light¬≠ly over Castaing‚Äôs Entier Goose Foie Gras, enjoy it with a crumbly blue cheese and pro¬≠sciut¬≠to on a slice of baguette or spoon it onto a gor¬≠gonzo¬≠la and pear piz¬≠za. Fol¬≠low the French exam¬≠ple and make some tartlets. Add it to a roast¬≠ed toma¬≠to and pep¬≠per pas¬≠ta or dol¬≠lop it over a steak sand¬≠wich. It goes equal¬≠ly well with an arugu¬≠la-based sal¬≠ad or sim¬≠ple mush¬≠room omelet. Or, of course, any oth¬≠er com¬≠bi¬≠na¬≠tion you can think of. Your lim¬≠its are only your palate and your imagination.


Rarely does a French gath¬≠er¬≠ing for New Year‚Äôs or Christ¬≠mas or even Bastille Day go by with¬≠out jars of onion con¬≠fit. From an evening of wine and char¬≠cu¬≠terie to break¬≠fast the next day, they‚Äôve found ways to enjoy this pre¬≠serve through¬≠out the hol¬≠i¬≠day sea¬≠son. Fam¬≠i¬≠lies all over have their own secret recipes and pre¬≠pare enough jars to last a few weeks or even months. That‚Äôs why Cas¬≠taing, pur¬≠vey¬≠or of some of the finest foie gras in France for the last hun¬≠dred years, had to make their own version.

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool dry place. Keep in fridge after opening. 

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