recipes for: Sous Vide
With Passover and Easter being celebrated so close together, we wanted to share a roundup of recipes that are perfect for easy entertaining, whether you're hosting an intimate family gathering or having friends over for brunch. There's everything from a make ahead breakfast casserole to feed a large crowd, some of our favorite lamb recipes (traditional for both Easter and Pesach), easy side dishes, and our absolute favorite way to make carrot cake easy. Happy holiday to all who celebrate!
These sous vide lamb chops are so tender and juicy, you'll never want to cook them any other way! Use the sous vide cooking method to achieve perfectly cooked proteins every single time. Flavor lamb with garlic, oregano, and fresh lemon peel, then cook slowly for 3 hours in an immersion circulator. Finish by reverse searing quickly in a cast-iron skillet. A delicious dinner recipe that is impressive, yet easy! GF
If you've been searching for a show stopper of a meal, look no further than sous vide leg of lamb. This flavorful cut of meat is slowly sous vide, then seared to perfection, sliced, and served in a Mediterranean rice bowl. Tender, impossibly juice, and easy enough for a weeknight, but elegant enough to entertain!
Sous vide filet mignon! The easiest way to ensure a perfectly cooked steak every single time. The steak cooks slowly at your desired temperature (instructions for rare, medium-rare, medium, and well-done), ensuring that they are never over cooked. Use the reverse sear method to get a crust on the steaks just before serving. Paired with a simple gorgonzola cream sauce for an elegant steakhouse dinner at home!
Sous vide lobster tails! Gently poached in butter and garlic for 30 minutes, the lobster meat becomes impossibly tender and succulent. No more second guessing how long to cook lobster for perfect results. An easy, elegant meal for date nights, holiday entertaining, or simply making the most of summer seafood!