Sous Vide Time and Temperature Charts

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How to Sous Vide Pork Butt Roast

A pork butt roast is one of the tougher cuts of the pig. For a chop-like consistency I generally prefer 140°F (60°C) for 1 to 2 days. For traditional style, my favorite combination is probably 156°F (68.9°C) for around 18 to 24 hours. It is also called a Boston butt, and it is very similar to a pork shoulder or picnic roast.

butt-roast

A pork butt roast needs long cooking times to break it down to a tasty texture. It is also called a Boston butt, and it is very similar to a pork shoulder or picnic roast.

There are some recommended times and temperatures below, as well as some sous vide butt roast recipes. For a lot more detailed information, be sure to check out my guide to sous vide Boston Butt, it goes into a lot more information about the best ways to maximize your flavor.

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Sous Vide Butt Roast Temperatures and Times

  • Chop-Like
  • Medium-Rare: 135°F for 1 to 2 Days (57.2ºC)
  • Medium: 140°F for 1 to 2 Days (60.0ºC)
  • Well Done: 145°F for 1 to 2 Days (62.8ºC)
  • Braise-Like
  • Tender Braise: 150°F for 18 to 36 Hours (65.6ºC)
  • Firm but Shreddable: 156°F for 18 to 24 Hours (68.9ºC)
  • More Fall Apart: 165°F for 18 to 24 Hours (73.9ºC)
  • Really Fall Apart: 176°F for 12 to 18 Hours (80.0ºC)

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Sous Vide Pork Butt Roast Recipes and Articles

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!

Tortilla Soup with Shredded Sous Vide Pork Recipe

My wife loves a rich and spicy tortilla soup so I've been working on a go-to recipe I can make for her. There's lots of ingredients, so it can look intimidating, but it is actually really easy to put together. The magic begins by sous viding a pork shoulder or pork butt to shred in the soup! The smell of the soup cooking on the stove will also fill your house with anticipation for dinner! This recipe makes a ton of soup, but it is real easy to freeze the leftovers for easy meals in a week or two.

Why is the Sous Vide Pulled Pork Temperature Different Than Smoking?

An Ask Jason question answering why the temperatures used to cook pulled pork in sous vide are different than the recommended temperatures used when smoking it.

Sous Vide Pulled Pork Recipe with Chili Pepper BBQ Sauce

Pulled pork is usually made using the pork butt, sometimes called the pork shoulder or Boston Butt. Using sous vide to make pulled pork takes longer than with traditional methods but you don't have to manage a fire or look in on the meat. This recipe uses a chili pepper sauce to give the dish some kick and depth of flavor.

Sous Vide Bourbon BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

Just because summer is coming to an end doesn't mean we can't still enjoy a few last, good summer meals! This sous vide pulled pork recipe is easy to make and you can finish it off on the grill for lots of additional flavor.

Sous Vide Pulled Pork Sandwiches Recipe

Pulled pork is a classic summer BBQ dish that I really love. In this sous vide pulled pork recipe I use it on sandwiches for a simple but flavorful dinner meal. I serve it on English Muffins after the suggestion of Michael Ruhlman and it works great to constrain the portion size...and leave more room for sides!

Sous Vide Butt Roast Comments

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