Sous Vide Time and Temperature Calculator

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How to Sous Vide Corn

There is a wide range of sweetness and tenderness in corn, depending on the type and how in season it currently is. This can make it hard to find a good time range to sous vide corn. I usually cook it on the cob for 15 to 25 minutes at 183°F to 185°F (83.9°C to 85°C). If it is a "super sweet" or farm fresh corn, then it'll be on the shorter side. If it's a grocery store brand bought in the middle of winter then you may need to go even longer to break it down fully.

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Sous Vide Corn Times and Temperatures

  • Corn: 183ºF for 15 to 25 Minutes (83.9ºC)

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Sous Vide Corn Recipes and Articles

Spicy Street Sous Vide Corn Recipe

Placeholder This dish hinges on using the sweetest fresh corn and sous viding it. The sweetness of corn combined with the kick of ancho pepper powder with some sourness from feta cheese and lime zest makes for an amazing between-meals snack. Corn can vary widely in its tenderness, so it's often best to try a kernel raw before cooking it. This will give you an idea of how sweet and tender it already is and can inform your cooking time.

Sous Vide Corn on the Cobb with Basil Recipe

Placeholder Sous viding sweet summer corn is one of my favorite methods to prepare it. Because it only needs a little heat to break down the outer layers of the kernels the cook time is pretty short, only about 15 to 25 minutes. This recipe cooks the corn with butter then finishes it with fresh basil and lime zest.

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