Sous vide fried chicken - Fried a quarter of the time of normal fried chicken, and provides some of the JUICIEST and TENDER fried chicken you've ever had! Could use about half the salt, but very tasty overall.
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.
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Before deciding to try some dessert sous vide, consider what traditional cooking methods actually accomplish, and whether or not that can be replicated in a plastic bag. Spoiler alert: The answer is, probably, no.
Lobster poached in sous vide bag~Set up a sous vide bath at 140 degrees. Remove the lobster meat from the tails and put the shells to the side for later. Place the butter, chili paste, garlic, and herbs into a sous vide bag. Season the lobster with a litt