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Sous Vide Chuck Steak with Asparagus and Shishito Peppers Recipe

I love sous vide chuck steaks, but to offset their fattiness I try to pair them with really light sides. This recipe uses sauteed asparagus and cherry tomatoes, along with shishito peppers to fill out the meal and keep it from getting too heavy.

Garlic and Parsley Sous Vide Lamb Chop Bowl Recipe

Rich and meaty sous vided lamb chops pair wonderfully with a garlic, parsley and mint-based sauce. It keeps the dish light and highlights the flavor of the lamb. Adding grilled vegetables introduces more flavor and texture to the dish while the combination of quinoa and bulgur wheat makes it hearty.

Sous Vide Filet Mignon with Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Filet is a tender and very lean cut, making it a good choice for people trying to reduce their fat intake. I'll often sous vide a small tenderloin and serve it family style, with a big pile of roasted Brussels sprouts. This allows everyone to select what they like best, but if you want to cut it up and serve it individually that works awesome as well!

Cuban Style Sous Vide Beef Bowl Recipe

My Cuban Style Sous Vide Beef Bowl is a filling grain bowl that pops with flavor. The rich and beefy skirt steak is cut by the sour mojo sauce, and the mango and plantains add bursts of sweetness. The spelt and black beans bulk it out. I love the all-natural sweetness added with the fried plantain and the mango, but you can omit them if you want to reduce the sugar in the recipe.

Creamy Sous Vide Parsnip Soup Recipe

I made my creamy sous vide parsnip soup into a lighter version that still retains much of the creaminess of the original while using much less butter and cream. The soup will get smoother and smoother the more chicken stock you add, so you can tailor it to the texture you prefer. I love to serve it with some hearty whole grain bread you can use to sop up all the soup.

Sous Vide New York Strip Steak with Roasted Mushrooms and Peppers Recipe

Sous vide strip steak is one of my favorite steaks to cook. Strip steak is less expensive than ribeye or filet because it can be a little tough, but with sous vide it can be cooked long enough to tenderize it. It only needs to be heated through, usually 2 to 4 hours, but I'll often let it go an extra few hours to soften it up some.

Sous Vide Chicken Soup Recipe

People often don't think about adding sous vide chicken to dishes that would normally cook it. A great example is this flavorful chicken soup. Normally you cook the chicken in the soup, but it usually dries it out and overcooks it. Making the soup separately with some flavorful chicken stock and lots of vegetables while you cook the chicken sous vide results in more tender chunks of chicken.

131°F Sous Vide Top Round Tacos Recipe

Sous vide top round tacos are an inexpensive way to enjoy a good steak taco. It was cooked at 131°F (55°C) for just over 48 hours, rendering it really tender. I spice it up with some garlic powder, paprika and cumin, then add a ton of flavor with the taco toppings.

Sous Vide Chicken and Sauteed Broccolini Recipe

Sous vide chicken is an easy weeknight meal, regardless of how you serve it. When I'm in a rush I'll often just saute some vegetables to serve with it, in this case some broccolini and red bell peppers. I give it all a squirt of lemon juice, top it with some fresh herbs and edible flowers from the garden and it's ready to go!

Sous Vide Butter Poached Root Vegetables Recipe

Using sous vide to butter poach root vegetables is an easy process that makes creating side dishes a breeze! Just toss some chopped vegetables into a sous vide bag with some butter, thyme, and cumin, then give them a quick cook at 183°F (83.9°C). Top them off with some coarse sea salt, lemon and oregano and you're all set!

Sous Vide Beef and Vegetable Stir Fry Recipe

Flank steak is one of the most flavorful cuts of meat and cooking it sous vide for an extended time tenderizes it into something amazing. I eat flank steak in a lot of different ways, but for this recipe I serve it on top of a vegetable stir fry that is popping with flavor and top it all with a pea pesto.

Sous Vide 131°F Short Ribs with Corn, Bean and Kale Salad Recipe

Short ribs are a rich, fatty cut that is full of amazing flavor when cooked sous vide. However, it can really overwhelm a dish if the sides are also heavy. I often serve short ribs with this simple corn, bean and kale salad. It cuts the richness of the short ribs while adding bright flavors to the meal.

Sous Vide Asparagus with Garlic-Shallot Oil Recipe

Asparagus can be cooked many different ways, but using sous vide can remove most of the timing pressure. I especially like using sous vide on the thicker asparagus, since the lower temperature allows it to cook through without overcooking the outsides. For this recipe I like to combine the cooked asparagus with some olive oil infused with shallots and garlic then top it all off with some tarragon and lemon zest.

Shredded Sous Vide Pork Tacos Recipe

My wife is a huge fan of tacos, so I try to make them for her when I can. I love shredded pork so it's often my go-to meat to use in them. You can cook the pork however you like, but I love a good sous vide pork shoulder, it has more bite to it than a pressure cooked version would...though if you want to smoke it traditionally, go right ahead!

Sous Vide Veggie and Gruyère Egg Cup Bites Recipe

To showcase how versatile they are, I've taken these egg cup bites in a different direction by using tangy Gruyère cheese and hearty peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes. I also replaced some of the heavy cream with cream cheese for a denser egg bite. Like all sous vide egg bites, you can serve them in the container or remove them and serve them on a plate. For an extra-fancy presentation I plate them then give them a sear with my torch for added color and flavor.

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