- This delicate-tasting pork liver confit goes back to the methods of yesteryear. On the menu – long, slow cooking that respects ingredients and reveals their full flavor.
- A subtle mix of meats. Containing 41% of liver, this confit is easy to spread and provides a perfect blend of flavors. Spread it on a slice of toasted spice bread to bring out the recipe’s full flavor.
- As always, a very short list of ingredients. Pork neck – a “fine” pork fat -, pig livers of French origin sourced at the supplier and chicken, supplemented by a fragrant note of fine champagne.
Details: It’s party time! Hénaff’s Liver pâté confit and Cognac Fine Champagne – fine, flavoursome ingredients presented in an attractive glass jar. It’s no surprise that this pâté is the perfect choice for an appetiser. Serve on lightly grilled toasts to provide a pleasant contrasting crunch to the smoothness of the pâté: all you need to spend an excellent moment in the company of other gourmets.