16 Sous-Vide Recipes to Try ASAP
Time to meet the most game-changing food trend: sous-vide cooking. It’s a fancy French technique that involves sealing your food in a plastic bag, then cooking it slowly in a water bath. All you need is one affordable gadget and you can try these 16 to-die-for recipes.
The Best Sous-Vide Chicken
The secret here is briefly searing the chicken in a cast-iron skillet before serving.
Sous-Vide Steak Sashimi
More ponzu dressing, please.
Sous-Vide Chicken Piccata
A classic Italian recipe made a classic French way.
Sous-Vide Cajun Tilapia
Surprisingly easy, unsurprisingly delicious.
Sous-Vide Lamb Chops
Don’t forget the basil chimichurri.
Sous-Vide Bay Scallop Scampi
Almost too cute to eat. Almost.
Eat them alone or add them to your favorite dish.
72-Hour Short Ribs
This isn’t just slow cooking. It’s slooowwww cooking (and it’s glorious).
Poached Lobster with Pasta
Rich doesn’t even begin to describe this masterpiece.
Taiwanese Corn on the Cob
We’re never cooking it on the grill (or without chile sauce) again.
Corned Beef and Cabbage
For St. Patrick’s Day…or any day.
Save the leftovers for lunch tomorrow.
In other words, barbecue pork that you’re going to want to eat on the reg.
Sous-Vide Chicken Wings
Game-day never tasted so good.
Sous-Vide Brown Butter Scallops
Cooked to golden perfection.