Sous vide chicken is so easy to make and creates the most juicy and tender chicken you’ll ever eat! Vacuum seal the chicken with BBQ sauce and toss it in the sous vide for 90 minutes to create a delicious meal!
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With only 5 minutes of prep time, this sous vide steak recipe is quick and easy to make for dinner. Take sirloin steaks from the refrigerator or freezer and place in ziploc bags or vacuum seal with rosemary and garlic for a delicious meal!
Want to learn a new cooking technique that’s so easy and makes the most delicious and tender meats?! Time to try sous vide cooking!
This Sous Vide Turkey Breast recipe is absolutely the easiest way to make the juiciest, most flavorful turkey breast ever!
It’s Thanksgiving Week 2 on the blog and I’m so excited to share my first Thanksgiving recipe made in the sous vide!
Over the last year I’ve become completely obsessed with my sous vide (←affiliate link to the one I use)! I make dinner in the sous vide at least once a week and I’ve shared several sous vide recipes on the blog, including these melt-in-your-mouth Korean BBQ Short Ribs, the best Italian Flank Steak you’ll ever have and this life-changing Chipotle Apple Pork Loin recipe!
Tender, juicy, flavorful pork chops are roasted in the oven, or cooked in a sous vide, then finished off with a simple and delicious cherry balsamic sauce!
Since the almighty sous vide came into our life a year ago, one of our favorite things to do is grab various meats at the grocery store, then toss them in the sous vide with a combination of herbs and spices. Four to eight hours later, dinner is ready!
There’s no recipe involved, no real measuring, just a super easy way to get dinner on the table and try something new!
Sous vide burger sliders are easy to make, with very little prep, and will result in the most flavorful, juicy burgers you’ve ever had!
Last week I joined my friends at Cox Communications in Baton Rouge for another “Cox Smart Home” event. I spent the day in the kitchen sharing tips and tricks for how to make your kitchen “smart” by incorporating WiFi enabled devices and appliances into your cooking.
One of the WiFi enabled devices in the smart home kitchen was the Anova WiFi enabled sous vide. I used this device at past events to make Steak Crostini‘s to share with guests of the event, but this time I decided to switch things up!
Since it is football season in Baton Rouge, I decided to serve some of my favorite game day recipes, like Slow Cooker Green Chili Queso Dip and Football Shaped Nutella Rice Krispie Treats. I then decided to make sliders in the sous vide, because they’re perfect for tailgating! Prep the sliders and toss them in the sous vide, remove them from the sous vide, take them to the tailgate, then give them a quick sear on the grill and you’ve got the most delicious and juicy sliders you’ve ever had in your life!
A boneless pork loin is cooked in a delicious combination of chipotle, nutmeg, cloves, maple syrup & apple juice in a sous vide or slow cooker.
What started as a “what do we have in the refrigerator to put on pork loin?” meal, has ended up being one of my all time favorite recipes! The real game-changer in this recipe though, is the fact that it’s cooked in a sous vide!
I know, I know, I’ve been going on and on about how life-changing my sous vide is for almost three months now, but Pinterest totally backed me up last week! They released their Top 100 Trends for 2017 and Sous Vide was #2!
Today, I’m so excited to introduce my latest endeavor into the world of Korean BBQ goodness! For this recipe, I tossed boneless short ribs with the aforementioned best Korean BBQ sauce ever, then prepared them in two different ways.
In this delicious recipe, Italian seasoned flank steak is cooked in a cast iron skillet or sous vide, then topped with balsamic roasted cherry tomatoes!
This is one of those recipes that I’ve been planning to make for months, yet never seemed to get around to. Now that I did, I’m kicking myself for waiting so long to make it!
In my world, balsamic roasted cherry tomatoes on anything and everything is a win, ok maybe not pancakes, but maybe if I made savory herb pancakes, I think I’m on to something! Anyway, I digress, basically what I’m saying here is balsamic roasted cherry tomatoes are BAE! (Before Anyone Else for those of us who literally had to google what BAE meant in the very recent past 😉 )