Traditional Toulouse Cassoulet, serves 2



Although there are numerous versions of cassoulet, most are based on a stew of white beans and various forms of pork. The dish gets its name from the pot that it is traditionally baked in, the cassole , which is often shaped like a wide inverted cone to ensure the greatest amount of luscious crust.

Our Délidoor version is the traditional "Cassoulet de Toulouse" which showcases, duck confit, bacon, and the French garlic sausages that are a specialty of Toulouse. 

Preparation, cooking and serving instructions

Frozen product. To defrost, put in the fridge for 24 hours. Once defrosted, heat, and consume within 48 hours.  

Heat your oven to 160C, transfer the cassoulet into an oven proof dish and reheat for 15-20 min. For a perfect experience, you can sprinkle the cassoulet with bread crumbs before baking it. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 72 reviews
Classic French Dish

Wasn’t sure about this dish as my husband doesn’t care for duck & I’m not a fan of sausage. This dish is a winner as there is no strong duck or sausage flavour, just a very tasty, full-flavoured gravy. My husband ate the sausage & I ate the duck - a win-win!! Have one ready to eat over the Easter weekend.

Emily McG
Traditional French dish

I love Cassoulet but it's an effort to cook it and for two people hard to cook in small portions. This version from Deli Door was delicious and authentic, exactly how I remember cassoulets from past experiences. We really enjoyed this meal and will be ordering again!

Great meal very tasty

Loved this lot's of flavours

Joyce L
Very tasty

A lovely Sunday evening meal for 2. It was a good sized portion and perfectly prepared. It travelled well and taste was yummy.

Diane W

Full of flavour, enough for two with leftovers. Served with roasted vegetables. Would certainly order again.