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Aioli

Easy Aioli Dip Recipe

Aioli is simply a mayonnaise made with garlic and olive oil. This recipe uses an immersion blender to make the process super-easy and results in a light dip for vegetables or a spread on breads and toast. It's a popular addition to any party fare!

Sirloin steak lime ginger slaw side

Sous Vide Sirloin Steak with Lime-Ginger Slaw

This recipe combines lime and ginger which are two great ingredients to pair with the bold flavors of the sous vided sirloin steak. I like to add texture and brightness to the dish by combining them in a vinaigrette-style sauce that is drizzled over a crispy cabbage and pepper slaw topping.

Tarragon lemon infused vinaigrette

Sous Vide Tarragon, Lemon, and Shallot Vinaigrette

This recipe infuses the flavors of shallot, lemon, and tarragon into a vinegar and then makes it into a light, bright vinaigrette. This pairing adds several base layers of flavor to the fish. For a modernist twist, thicken it into a sauce with xanthan gum!

Raspberry infused vinegar

Sous Vide Raspberry Infused Vinaigrette

Infused vinegars are a great way to add subtle flavors to vinaigrettes and sauces. When making your own sous vide can compress the infusion process into a matter of hours instead of week or months. I like to use this refreshing raspberry vinaigrette on spinach salad or as a sauce on white fish.

Rosemary oil2

White Bean Puree with Rosemary Oil Recipe

This recipe is a great crostini topping for any party, especially if some attendees might be less adventurous eaters! It resembles a more traditional dish but it have a subtle modernist touch. Garnishing the white bean puree with lemon zest pulls in even more highlights to the food.

Sous vide salmon 122 apple jalapeno vinaigrette

Sous Vide Salmon Recipe with Apple and Jalapenos

Sous vide salmon is a tender, soft meat that can be unlike anything cooked in a traditional manner. I pair it with spicy jalapenos and sous apples for a tart, rich dish.

Sous vide asparagus with turkey

Sous Vide Asparagus Recipe with Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette

Sous vide asparagus is similar to blanched asparagus but ends up with a stronger flavor and slightly firmer texture. It only needs a short cooking time unless the asparagus is really thick.

Sous vide tri tip roasted fennel olive salad

Sous Vide Tri-Tip Recipe with Roasted Fennel and Orange Salad

This sous vide tri-tip steak recipe takes full advantage of the rich, meaty cut and is tenderized through the sous vide process and pared with an exotic fennel, orange, and olive salad.

Maple vinaigrette

Xanthan Strengthened Maple Vinaigrette Recipe

This is a simple modernist vinaigrette to make and utilizes both xanthan gum and lecithin to strengthen and thicken it. I really like the sweet maple syrup with the tangy balsamic vinegar. This goes well on salads, especially ones with berries. You can also add a little more xanthan gum and use the vinaigrette as a sauce on fish or chicken.

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