Sous Vide Time and Temperature Charts

Welcome to the Amazing Food Made Easy sous vide time and temperature charts. To view the recommended cooking suggestions for an item just select it from the menu below. You can also view all the sous vide time and temperatures.

What Would You Like to Sous Vide?

How to Sous Vide Rye

I usually combine 1/4 cup rye with 1/2 cup liquid and cook it at 185°F (85°C) for 25 minutes.

I recommend checkout out my guide for how to sous vide Rye for more information.

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What is the Best Sous Vide Rye Temperatures and Times?

I usually combine 1/4 cup rye with 1/2 cup liquid and cook it at 185°F (85°C) for 25 minutes.
  • Standard: 185°F (85°C) for 25 minutes (85.0ºC)

Do you have experience cooking rye? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Looking for more grains and dough? Check out the sous vide grains and dough time and temperatures for all the sous vide information you need.

What Are Some Sous Vide Rye Recipes?

Here are several of the Rye recipes that I recommend trying out.

Sous Vide Porridge with Berries Recipe

Sous Vide Porridge with Berries Recipe image Porridge and oatmeal are very similar to each other, with the main difference being that porridge often contains multiple types of grains. This one combines quick cooking steel cut oats, quinoa, and bulgur, but you can use any combination of grains that cook about the same amount of time. I add some milk as well for a creamier result top it all off with some berries, almonds, maple syrup and fresh mint.

Sous Vide Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Recipe

Sous Vide Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Recipe image Oatmeal is one of those dishes that isn't too hard to cook traditionally but I use sous vide for the convenience. I eat oatmeal almost every morning and I like to make a bunch ahead of time. Since you can cook and store the oatmeal in the same Mason jar, there is no cleanup of a pot and spoon, making it quick and easy to do. This sous vide oatmeal recipe adds cinnamon and raisins to the oatmeal, adding bursts of sweetness and sharp background notes.

Sous Vide Rye Comments

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