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Sous Vide Porridge with Berries Recipe

Porridge and oatmeal are very similar to each other, with the main difference being that porridge often contains multiple types of grains. This one combines quick cooking steel cut oats, quinoa, and bulgur, but you can use any combination of grains that cook about the same amount of time. I add some milk as well for a creamier result top it all off with some berries, almonds, maple syrup and fresh mint.

Sous Vide Pork Chops with Bulgur and Vegetables Recipe

Sometimes I'm just looking for a quick and easy meal, and this sous vide pork chop, grain and vegetable bowl is amazing. It's light, easy to put together, and the orange vinaigrette gives it an amazing brightness. It's the perfect meal to end a busy day.

Simple Sous Vide Grains Recipe

Most grains are convenient to cook with sous vide, both because it makes it easy to replicate your results but also for the lack of cleanup required. I usually cook the grains in 1-pint or 1-quart Mason jars, depending on how much I need. I'll often leave the grains in the jars, chill them in cold water, and refrigerate them for later use. You can also mix and match grains, as long as they get done at about the same time.

Sous Vide Duck and Roasted Vegetable Bowl Recipe

This is a hearty but nutritious meal featuring rich duck, flavorful roasted vegetables and nutty farro, all topped off with a light mixture of orange juice and soy sauce. It's a meal I love to eat when the temperature starts dropping in fall, it warms me up and gets me ready to face the second half of the day.

Sous Vide Pork and Ginger Bowl Recipe

Using an easy to make but super flavorful ginger sauce is a really effective way to add depth to a grain bowl. It's a combination of many Asian ingredients all blended together, with the ginger being the star of the show. Topping the bowl with moist sous vide pork, baby corn, carrots and steamed collard greens rounds out the meal.

Sous Vide Tuna Poke Bowl Recipe

Poke bowls are becoming more and more popular and showing up in restaurants around the country. The combination of fresh fish, an acidic dressing, and crisp vegetables is always satisfying. Many poke bowls are served cold, but I think heating the tuna in a low temperature bath allows more of the flavor to come through when you eat it. It also firms up the fish some as well. Be sure to use high quality tuna because you are still eating it raw.

Sous Vide Pork Loin with Olive Medley Recipe

I seasoned the sous vide pork loin with salt, sealed it, and cooked it at 140°F (60°C) for about 3 hours. It usually takes 2 to 4 hours but you can use my Sous Vide Timing Ruler for an exact time, or my beef, lamb and pork pasteurization chart. I finished off with a light sear to add a little color and then cut it into 1" (2.5cm) slices. I picked an olive medley and a freekeh salad to complement this simple sous vide pork loin.

Pork and Freekeh Bowl Recipe

This is a simple but flavorful sous vide pork and freekeh recipe that is quick to put together. It combines tender pork chops with freekeh and and sautéed vegetables.

Sous Vide Farro Recipe

Sous vide farro is one of my favorite grains to eat. It has a nutty flavor and feels hearty without being heavy. It is also a snap to cook when using sous vide.

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