Sous Vide

Polyscience Sous Vide Professional Creative Series Product Review

Polyscience Sous Vide Professional Creative Series Product Review-6

Ever since I tasted my first bite of sous vide steak, I knew that this new cooking technique was not just a fad. No, I firmly believe that sous vide is revolutionizing the way that we cook meat. Sous vide machines are the fastest growing kitchen appliance as foodies are trying to recreate dishes they see on Masterchef and Top …

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Sous Vide Chicken Tikka Masala

Sous Vide Chicken Tikka Masala

Chicken tikka masala is easily the most popular Indian dish in our home. Everyone in the family loves Indian curry, but not everyone loves the heat. Tikka masala brings a nice mild curry flavor with a hint of sweetness. I have a traditional recipe for the dish found here – Chicken Tikka Masala. Ever since I have gotten into sous …

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Sous Vide Spiced Pumpkin

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Fall is a wonderful season for cooking as all the harvest vegetables are available in the grocery stores and you know they are likely local. Once the pie pumpkins start showing up at the grocery store, I go through a period of a couple months when I am adding pumpkin to many different dishes. Pumpkin has a wonderful flavor and …

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Sous Vide Chicken in Ancho Chile Paste

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We eat chicken frequently in our house and cooking them in the sous vide produces meat that is tender and juicy. Boneless skinless chicken breast is often overcooked, but in the sous vide, you can ensure that it is cooked perfectly every time. This recipe marinates the chicken in an ancho chili paste. The dried ancho chilies give the chicken …

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Anova Sous Vide Immersion Circulator Product Review

Anova Sous Vide Immersion Circulator

I am a sous vide junkie. Ever since I had my first bite of a steak that was cooked sous vide, I was hooked. Over the past year, I have been cooking sous vide at least once a month and I have not looked back. Steak, shrimp, chicken, pork and even alligator all come out of the water bath tender, …

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Deep Fried Sous Vide Pork Belly Skewers with Honey Garlic Glaze

Deep Fried Pork Belly Skewers with Honey Garlic Glaze-6

Cooking pork belly in the sous vide is an experience. Of all the food I have cooked in the Sous Vide Supreme, pork belly is my favourite. Tender and decadent, pork belly prepared in a sous vide is a 3 day event. I might even call it a ritual. Some people may think that the time is excessive but it …

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Sous Vide Peaches

Sous Vide Peaches

Sous vide cooking is not just a fancy way to cook tender meat, it is also a great way to cook vegetables and fruit. In this recipe, fresh Ontario peaches are gently poached in a sous vide water bath. This uses a fraction of syrup or liquid to cover the peaches while poaching because they are surrounded by the simple …

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Sous Vide Green Bean Almandine

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I usually cook meat in my sous vide, but it is also a great way to cook vegetables. Fresh vegetables come out of a sous vide water bath with a wonderful crisp bite. They do not taste flat like boiled veggies can. They taste bright, full of flavor, and are actually one of the healthiest ways to cook vegetables since …

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Sous Vide Pork Belly

Sous Vide Pork Belly

Ok, I need to tell you something – I love my Sous Vide Supreme. I have used it regularly for the last few months and it has turned out some of the best steak, chicken and pork I have ever had. Well, recently I made some pork belly in the sous vide and wow – I am totally amazed. Here …

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Curried Pork Tenderloin with Mint Yogurt Sauce

Curried Pork Tenderloin with Smoked Yogurt and Mint Sauce-6

Pork Tenderloin is one of my favorite cuts of meat to cook. Relatively inexpensive, pork tenderloin is one of the most lean, tender and prime cuts of meat for the price. They are great grilled, done sous vide, smoked, roasted and even cut into medallions and pan fried. When cooking pork tenderloin, I often use a spice blend to rub …

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