Sous Vide Chargrilled Pork Loin comes out perfectly every time. You don’t have to have an outdoor barbecue to get the results you want.
These lamb chops are so flavorful thanks to marinating while they cook with a sous vide immersion cooker. We had them with a steamed artichoke and a small baked potato.
Homemade yogurt is pretty easy to make, but it’s even easier to make using the sous vide immersion cooker. Yes, you can have the yogurt you like any time you want. No more running out of yogurt.
Sous Vide Roast Beef with Rosemary is take off on how I used to do a London Broil on the barbecue when I was able to barbecue. The rosemary, garlic, and red wine permeate the meat and give it an excellent flavor.
Sous Vide Pork Loin with rice pilaf and cherry red wine sauce – wow! If you like your pork moist and juicy, then sous vide is the way to go. I prefer my pork a little pink on the inside, and with sous vide, I can do this easily and safely.
- Sous Vide /so͞o ˈvēd/
- French – under vacuum
Sous vide is a method of cooking food sealed in a leak-proof bag at a precise temperature until the food becomes the desired temperature. It’s not quick, but it’s well worth the effort because the food cannot burn or become overcooked. It comes to the exact temperature you want.