Share the Cassoulet Love

Our friends at Tasting Table recently posted a fantastic article on cassoulet. In it, they explore the history of this French classic, teach you how to make duck confit at home, and interview our own Ariane, and chefs Ludo Lefebvre, Dominique Ansel, and Laetitia Rouabah, a formidable competitor at the recent Cassoulet War. Topics include the controversy over the crumb top, the correct beans to use, and all the meats fit to eat.

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Beautiful cassoulet from Tasting Table, photo by Rachel Vanni

Over the past few years we have noticed an increased awareness of this epic dish. We couldn’t be happier to share it! Have you tried cassoulet? If not, now is the time. The end of winter is your last chance to enjoy this hearty comfort food.

Our Cassoulet Recipe Kit makes it easy to achieve the perfect cassoulet at home, and it happens to be 20% OFF this weekend.

A few highlights of the Tasting Table slideshow are below, showing the steps involved in making cassoulet. This epic one-pot meal has a reputation for being difficult to make, but it’s actually quite simple, though somewhat time consuming.

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Plan ahead and enjoy cassoulet in the comfort of your home. Use our cassoulet recipe for an easy road to a perfect party, after all the kit serves 12!

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Laura Davis says:

    This is one I’ve never tackled at home. But, I adore everything that’s found inside. Adding this to the menu soon!

  2. chefkreso says:

    Lovely post, love cassoulet 😊

  3. Brian says:

    Just trying out your Cassoulet kit. When I finished loading everything into the dish there was a huge mound of beans. Your comments state that the kit is sufficient to fill the dish – seems to overfill the dish and the beans are just drying out.
    I don’t expect an immediate response as it is Easter Sunday but I have 10 people waiting on this dish.
    Will let you know what happens

    1. D'Artagnan says:

      We hope that the cassoulet came out well, and was enjoyed by your guests. If you used our bowl and our kit, there shouldn’t have been bean overflow. We have tested this recipe in the bowl many times, and have not experienced this. The beans are supposed to get crusty on top, and dry out a bit in that process. Please let us know how it came out. You can always call our customer service team at 800-327-8246 M-F 9:00 to 5:00 EST with any questions or concerns.

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