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Sous Vide Duck Breast and Cherry Salad Recipe

Duck and cherries are a classic pairing while the vinaigrette dressing helps cut the fattiness from the duck and adds sweetness from the cherries. I often serve this with a fresh baguette and a ricotta cheese spread to round out the full meal.

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Sous Vide Grilled Chicken Salad Recipe with Honey Mustard

Grilled sous vide chicken salad with a honey mustard dressing provides a light tasty meal any day of the week. This recipe completes the salad with radishes, sweet bell peppers, fresh blueberries and crunchy sunflower seeds. I also like this salad with fresh snap peas or green beans. For a more savory salad you can blend in a few roasted garlic cloves into the dressing.

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Bacon Cheddar Broccoli Egg Cup Bites Recipe

These egg cup bites were first popularized by Starbucks but are really easy to make at home. You can use any ingredients you want to flavor them but my favorite is broccoli, cheddar cheese and bacon. For a lighter egg you can replace the cream with milk, or use 1/4 cup cream cheese for a denser egg.

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Lobster Tail with Tomato and Corn Salad Recipe

Lobster cooked sous vide is tender and succulent, and this recipe showcases it with a simple tomato and corn salad. I prefer my lobster cooked at 131°F (55°C), but 140°F (60°C) will give you a more traditional texture. For a much softer texture you can drop the temperature lower. To remove the lobster from the shell, you can either cut the shell off with kitchen shears, or boil the lobster for 1 to 2 minutes and chill it in an ice bath.

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Sous Vide Pulled Pork Recipe with Chili Pepper BBQ Sauce

Pulled pork is usually made using the pork butt, sometimes called the pork shoulder or Boston Butt. Using sous vide to make pulled pork takes longer than with traditional methods but you don't have to manage a fire or look in on the meat. This recipe uses a chili pepper sauce to give the dish some kick and depth of flavor.

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Miso Glazed Sous Vide Turnips Recipe

Using sous vide to glaze turnips is a simple process that results in a great side dish, especially when combined with umami-rich miso. You can also briefly cook turnips and their juices in a pan after sous viding them to reduce the sauce for a richer dish. This recipe also works well for other root vegetables such as carrots, radishes, and parsnips.

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Sous Vide Boar Tenderloin Recipe with Cherry Chutney

Boar behaves very similarly to pork but has a richer, sometimes nutty flavor. I sous vide it at 140°F (60°C) long enough to cook it through and pasteurize it. This recipe complements the flavor of the meat with a sweet and spicy cherry chutney.

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Smoked Sous Vide Brisket Recipe with Bourbon BBQ Sauce

When sous viding BBQ brisket, just put it in a bag, seal it and forget it for 18 to 36 hours. When you're ready to eat the BBQ brisket will be fall apart tender and unbelievably flavorful.

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Sous Vide Curried Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

Making pureed soups is very easy to do with sous vide. Cooking the vegetables for between one and four hours allows them to break down fully, making it easy to simply add some liquid and puree them into a soup.

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Sous Vide Blueberry Compote Recipe

Fruit compotes, jams, and marmalades are real easy to make with sous vide. Simply put some fruit, with any pits or inedible skin removed, into a bag with some sugar and acid then cook it up to an hour or two and you are good to go.

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Sous Vide Chuck Steak Recipe with Asparagus and Shishito Peppers

I'm a huge fan of steak, but sometimes I don't want to kill myself with a really heavy meal. Serving the steak with a lot of vegetables is a great way to lighten it up and add a lot of flavor. This sous vide chuck steak recipe combines the steak with some asparagus, cherry tomatoes and shishito peppers.

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Sous Vide Short Rib Korean Lettuce Wraps Recipe

I love to serve sous vide short ribs in the Korean BBQ style with lettuce wraps, kimchi, and pickled vegetables. It's a light meal that fills you up but doesn't leave you feeling sluggish afterwards. Serving them family style so people can make their own wraps is a great way for everyone to get exactly what they want. Plus it is always a blast to eat with your hands!

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Sous Vide Hanger Steak Recipe with Succotash

It is only recently that I've been experimenting with different types of succotash. I really like the combination of beans and corn with a little citrus and spice added. It's a great summer dish but can also be great in winter.

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Sous Vide Citrus Infused Oil Recipe

This sous vide recipe captures the nuanced flavors of citrus zest in oil, allowing you to freshen up various dishes by quickly adding it any time you want.

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Sous Vide Turkey Breast Recipe with Roasted Apples

If you are looking for super-moist, tender turkey breast then it's really hard to beat sous vide turkey. Love that crisp skin? You can remove it from the breast and crisp it up in the oven around serving time. My favorite sous vide turkey breast cooking time is 4 to 8 hours at 140°F (60°C). I think this produces the best combination of "moist but cooked"! This recipe pairs the sous vide turkey breast with the fresh taste of oven roasted apples.