Duck Confit and beef ribs feast 
reheating instructions

Helpful Tips:

 

Our container with duck and ribs are in is not oven safe. Please remove from the container and transfer to an oven safe dish or a properly fitting sheet pan.

 

As with our side dishes, the containers are made of certified compost material and the tops are plant based. If using an oven, please remove the tops and transfer the contents to an oven safe pan.

 

If using a microwave, after removing the tops the container itself is microwave safe.

Beef "Dino" Ribs:  

 

Preheat oven to 350°F

Required tools: sheet pan, food grade brush

 

Oven Method:

 

  • Place dino ribs in a sheet pan, drizzle olive oil on the pan to prevent them from sticking.

Heat the ribs for about 10-15 minutes until the ribs themselves begin building crust and sides are crisping and bubbles are visible.

 

  • Remove from the oven, apply hibiscus BBQ glaze on the ribs as much as you want. Place the glazed ribs back in the oven and reheat for another 5-7 minutes until the ribs are slowly caramelizing. Remove from the oven and ready to be served.

 

Microwave Method:

 

  • Transfer to a microwave safe dish

  • Place in the microwave and reheat on high for about 4-5 minutes. Check for liquids that might discharge out of the ribs.

  • Remove from the microwave, apply hibiscus BBQ glaze on the ribs as much as you want. Place the glazed ribs back in the microwave and reheat for another 2-4 minutes until the ribs are slowly caramelizing. Remove from the oven and the ribs are ready to be served.

Duck Leg Confit:

 

Preheat oven to 350°F

 

Oven Method:

 

  • Place duck legs in a sheet pan, drizzle olive oil on the pan to prevent them from sticking. Heat the duck legs for about 10-15 minutes until the legs themselves begin building crust and sides are crisping and bubbles are visible. 

 

Microwave Method:

 

  • Transfer to a microwave safe dish

  • Place in the microwave and reheat on high for about 4-5 minutes. Check for liquids that might discharge out of the duck legs.

  • If possible, once the duck legs have been thoroughly heated, you can pat the legs dry and preheat a saute pan or a non stick pan with olive oil that has been drizzled on the pan.

  • Slowly place the duck legs onto the pan and sear skin side down until duck leg skin is crispy and has color.

Creste di Gallo Mac n’ Cheese with Perigord Truffles

 

Remove the truffle container from the dish before heating for later use

 

Oven Method:

 

  • Preheat to 325°F. Transfer pasta into an oven-proof sheet pan or pyrex container. Heat the gratin for about 10-12 minutes, check for the cheese melting and browning of the pasta. Give it a stir once every 5 minutes to make sure that everything is being heated evenly. Once it is heated, leave in the oven and turn the oven to 375°F

 

  • Begin crisping the top of the pasta until golden brown.

  • Remove from the oven, allow 5 minutes to rest on your countertop or table top.

  • Garnish with truffles by spreading them evenly on top of the pasta.

  • It is ready to be served. Enjoy!

 

Microwave Method:

 

Remove the truffle container from the dish before heating for later use (?)

 

DO NOT REHEAT with the top on!! 

  • Place mac n’ cheese in the microwave. On high heat, microwave for 3-5 min, stir every 2 min. If more time is needed to reheat, heat until warm.

  • Remove from the oven, allow 5 minutes to rest on your countertop or table top.

  • Garnish with truffles by spreading them evenly on top of the pasta.

  • It is ready to be served. Enjoy!

Sweet Potato Cornbread and Honey Butter

 

Leave the honey butter at room temperature for about an hour to allow the butter to soften and become spreadable

 

Oven Method:

 

  • Preheat to 325°F, heat for about 10-15 min, check periodically for the top to begin crisping. Once bubbles are visible around the edges and on top heating is complete

 

Microwave: 

 

  • Transfer cornbread to a microwave safe plate or bowl. Reheat at 2 min on high setting, checking periodically until cornbread has warmed thoroughly. Do not overheat as this can make the cornbread stale.

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