confit

[ kawn-fee ]
/ kɔ̃ˈfi /

noun French Cooking.

duck or goose cooked in its own fat and preserved.

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Origin of confit

From French; see origin at comfit
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Example sentences from the Web for confit

  • Next comes the Confit d'Oie, a sort of goose stew, utterly unlike anything you have tasted before, but not without its merits.

British Dictionary definitions for confit

confit
/ French (kɔ̃fi) /

noun

cookery a preservea confit of duck

Word Origin for confit

literally: preserve
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