Sous Vide Time and Temperature Charts

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How to Sous Vide Apples

For a very tender and soft cooked apple, it can usually be cooked for 1 to 2 hours. For a lightly poached but still very firm apple, as little as 25 to 40 minutes in the sous vide machine works great. You can sous vide apples either whole, or cut into chucks and placed in a single layer in the bag. They are almost always cooked at at 183°F to 185°F (83.9°C to 85°C).

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There are a lot of different ways you can sous vide apples, depending on the type of apple and the application you are looking for.

For a very tender and soft cooked apple, it can usually be cooked for 1 to 2 hours.

For a lightly poached but still very firm apple, as little as 25 to 40 minutes in the sous vide machine works great.

You can sous vide apples either whole, or cut into chucks and placed in a single layer in the bag. They are almost always cooked at at 183°F to 185°F (83.9°C to 85°C).

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Sous Vide Apples Temperatures and Times

  • Apples: 183ºF for 1 to 2 Hours (83.9ºC)

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Sous Vide Apples Recipes and Articles

Sous Vide Apple Cranberry Slab Pie

Using the sous vide method to cook this apple cranberry filling keeps the apples nice and tender without the risk of them turning into apple sauce.

Sous Vide Bourbon-Maple Chutney

This apple chutney is a very flavorful topping that provides a savory punch to pork, fish or even on a dessert! This recipe sous vides the apples in a bourbon, maple syrup, chipotle and thyme mixture.

Sous Vide "Baked" Apples with Apple Drizzle Syrup and Nut Garnish Recipe

Summer isn't exactly apple season, but at both farmer's markets and grocery stores many varieties are available year-round. Here in Central California we've had quite a bit of cool weather from late May through June and into July. For me, cool weather means comfort food, and baked apples fall right into that category.

Sous Vide Apples Comments

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