Sous vide (pronounced sue-veed) is the fancy name for a set-it-and-forget-it way of cooking. Seal your ingredients in a plastic bag, cook them in water then pour yourself a drink and relax. Your steaks will be the stuff of legend.
10 Sous-Vide Recipes to Try ASAP Time to meet the most game-changing food trend of 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.
When we think of the perfect shrimp, it’s this sous vide jumbo shrimp scampi, cooked in the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker with butter, lemon and garlic, then broiled with bread crumbs on top. Left off the breadcrumbs and froze the butte