Cooking Method: Sous Vide
Similarly to the Crème Brûlée, these mini cheesecakes are also made in 4oz canning jars. Kids absolutely love them! I use a simple graham cracker crust at the base of the jar - if you have the time, pre-baking the crust in the jars for 10 minutes helps develop a traditional cheesecake crust. However, simply adding the crust mixture without baking still results in an amazing and fun dessert. When finished, top the dessert with your favorite fruit!
There's not many things better in this world than a juicy pulled pork sandwich - and not only does sous vide make it juicier, but it's also easier than ever. Thinking of catering for your kids' first birthday party or a family reunion? Try this instead by preparing POUNDS of fresh pulled pork without any sweat.
Cooking fish sous vide is one of my favorite things. Cod (and salmon) do not require a finishing sear once it's done cooking, so it can't get any easier! Just bag the cod filets with some butter, dill, lemon, and capers, and cook for 45 minutes. You can even melt your serving butter right in the water bath along with the fish!
Halibut is traditionally a firm fish, which makes it great for searing. Since the fish is usually pretty firm, it also tends to become really dry with traditional cooking methods. Sous vide lets you ensure the halibut stays perfectly moist and flaky, while still being able to obtain an amazing golden brown sear.
Social media may have sparked the surging popularity of avocado toast this year, but it isn't just a hipter or millennial fad. At least, I hope not. This Instagram-worthy breakfast is just as healthy as it is delicious, and sous vide makes poached eggs a breeze. In just 15 minutes, you can have consistently perfect, gooey eggs, every single time.