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How to Sous Vide Parsnip

When I sous vide parsnips I usually peel them and then either cook them whole, slice them into rounds, or cube them. I place them in the sous vide bag in an even layer about 1/2" to 1" thick to help them cook evenly. I usually cook parsnips for 30 to 60 minutes at 183°F to 185°F (83.9°C to 85°C) to full tenderize them, though you can go shorter if you are using a more tender variety.

Parsnip

When I sous vide parsnips I usually peel them and then either cook them whole, slice them into rounds, or cube them. Regardless of the shape, I place them in the sous vide bag in an even layer about 1/2" to 1" thick to help them cook evenly. I usually cook parsnips for 30 to 60 minutes at 183°F to 185°F (83.9°C to 85°C) to full tenderize them, though you can go shorter if you are using a more tender parsnip, or using smaller pieces.

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Sous Vide Parsnip Times and Temperatures

  • Parsnip: 183ºF for 30 to 60 Minutes (83.9ºC)

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Sous Vide Parsnip Recipes and Articles

Creamy Sous Vide Parsnip Soup Recipe

Placeholder 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 Butter Poached Root Vegetables Recipe

Placeholder 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!

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