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Sous Vide Sausage with Roasted Peppers and Cucumber Salad Recipe

Sausages are one of my favorite things to sous vide because they end up so much juicier than when I cook them traditionally. I like to finish them off with a quick sear on the grill, and while I'm there I'll often grill up some vegetables. For this recipe, I use mixed bell peppers that I put a hard sear on. I combine the sausage and the peppers with a simple cucumber salad for a flavorful, tasty meal!

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Sous Vide Halibut with Melon and Wheat Berries Recipe

With a relatively bold flavor, sous vided halibut pairs well with many things but for this summer salad I combine it with sweet cantaloupe, zesty feta, and sour lemon for a simple but tasty dish. The addition of wheat berries rounds it all out with a nutty and sweet flavor. This dish also works well with other white fish, or even chicken and turkey.

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Dried Chile Pepper Sauce Recipe

I'm a huge fan of mole sauces, but sometimes I don't want to go through all the effort to make some. This dried chile pepper sauce uses less ingredients and comes together much quicker, making it something you can make more regularly. I love using it on steak, lamb, or pork. I often like to thicken it up by turning it into an agar fluid gel, something that gives it a ton of body without changing the flavor profile.

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Sous Vide Ginger Shrimp Stir Fry Recipe

Quick stir fries are some of my favorite weeknight meals. They come together so quickly, and it's easy to add a ton of flavor to them. Plus you can use up whatever vegetables you have in the fridge! This stir fry has a great ginger bite to it and is rounded out with some fish sauce and soy sauce. I love to top it with sous vide shrimp, but it works equally well with sous vided chicken, pork, or even beef.

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Sous Vide Egg White Only Egg Cup Bites Recipe

I put this sous vide egg white only egg cup bites recipe together for those people who are trying to limit the amount of egg yolk they consume. It uses only egg whites, cottage cheese, and milk to form the base of the dish. You can make any of the other egg cups using only egg whites, or a combination of egg whites and yolks.

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Sous Vide Bourbon Poached Peach and Almond Salad Recipe

Heating peaches with sous vide softens them up slightly, resulting in a tender snack. Adding some bourbon and cinnamon to the bag infuses them with rich flavor, which some chopped almonds, molasses and fresh mint rounds out.

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Sous Vide Corned Beef Reubens Recipe

Corned beef Reubens are one of my all-time favorite sandwiches. The salty and heavily spiced corned beef compliments the tangy sauerkraut, with some sharp Swiss cheese and hearty rye bread topped with some Russian Dressing, tying it all together. While I'll eat Reuben cooked almost any way, I especially love them when the corned beef is sous vided.

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Sous Vide Corned Beef Recipe

Sous vide corned beef is something I don't make nearly enough! It's so flavorful and goes with so many different dishes. I also love curing my own brisket for homemade corned beef since it gives me complete control over the salt and seasonings, but this recipe also works well with most store bought brands.

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Home Cured Corned Beef Recipe

Homemade corned beef is nothing like the overly salty, generally bland store bought corned beef. Making it at home gives you full control over the salt levels and the seasonings. It also is really easy to do!

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Pressure Cooker Corned Beef Recipe

Corned beef is an excellent dish that I always regret not making more. It's salty, flavorful and really tender, especially when cooked in the pressure cooker. Pressure cooking is a much faster process than braising the corned beef traditionally.

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Xanthan Thickened Roasted Tomato Salsa Recipe

Salsas are a great way to add flavor to dishes. Roasting the vegetables first adds even more flavor to the salsa. Though if you're in a time crunch you can just use canned tomatoes and it will still turn out well. I love to serve this with a rich, heavy meat like lamb chops, chicken thighs, or braised beef. It can even work as a dip for chips!

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Sous Vide Chicken and Avocado Bowl Recipe

This is a super simple recipe to toss together when you need a filling but quick meal. The lemon helps to brighten up the dish while the radishes and cucumber introduce a pleasant crunch. The lemon and olive oil add brightness to the dish without overwhelming it. This recipe works equally well with turkey breast.

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Lemon-Parsley Mousse Recipe

Lemon, parsley, and capers are a classic sauce used to flavor white fish. This recipe combines that sauce with heavy cream in a whipping siphon to create a light and airy mousse topping. The topping carries the flavors of the sauce while adding a delicate texture to the dish.

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Sous Vide Broccoli Egg Cup Bites Recipe

These egg cup bites were first popularized by Starbucks but are really easy to make at home using sous vide to cook them. You can use any ingredients you want to flavor them but I always enjoy broccoli and cheddar cheese. For a lighter egg you can replace the cream with milk, or use 1/4 cup cream cheese for a denser end result.

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Sous Vide Tuna and Ginger Sesame Salad Recipe

Lightly seared tuna is one of those lunch meals that tastes great and fills me up without leaving me feeling heavy afterwards. Sometimes I have trouble making sure the middle is warm without overcooking the outside. Cooking it with sous vide at a lower temperature ensures it is heated throughout without over cooking it at all. Finishing it off with a really quick sear adds some color and texture while leaving the rest of the tuna perfectly done.

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