Box of Five-Spice Duck Leg Confit from Costco
Inside packaging of Cuisine Solutions' Five-Spice Duck Leg Confit from Costco
Five-Spice Duck Leg Confit from Costco in a dish before baking
Plate of cooked Five-Spice Duck Leg Confit from Costco

Looking for an easy dinner solution, my boyfriend and I decided to try the Five-Spice Duck Leg Confit by Cuisine Solutions from Costco. We cooked it just by following the baking/oven instructions on the back of the box: Bake at 375 degrees F in an oven-safe dish on the middle rack for 5 minutes covered in foil, remove foil, and bake 7-8 more minutes until golden brown (although ours came out more dark brown than golden brown...).

The duck legs had a nice, savory taste and were very tender, however, parts of the duck leg were a little fatty. And although it has five spices (or six, if you include black pepper -- for some reason they don't include it as a spice on the front of the box), it didn't taste like it was super seasoned.

While it was good, I don't think it was worth the price of $10.99 per pound (our package of three duck legs came out to be $18.57). One duck leg wasn't very filling, and three duck legs shared between my boyfriend and I was barely a meal.

Overall Rating:
Food: Cuisine Solutions: Five-Spice Duck Leg Confit
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Price: $10.99 per pound: $18.57 for package
Rating: Good


1 Comment

REVIEW – Cuisine Solutions: 5-Spice Duck Leg Confit from Costco

  • Buttockss

    Diarrea on a stick if u ask me.

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