Confit



[kawn-fee] /kɔ̃ˈfi/

noun, French Cookery.
1.
duck or goose cooked in its own fat and preserved.
/kɔ̃fi/
noun
1.
(cookery) a preserve: a confit of duck

obsolete form of comfit.

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