Sous Vide Cooking Reference Guide Cooking Times and Temperatures Please refer to this helpful chart of recommended sous vide cooking temperatures and times for perfectly cooked meat, poultry, vegetables, fish, seafood and more.
This Sous Vide Garlic Confit is a fantastic condiment to have in the fridge at all times. You can toss it in pasta, spread it on bread or toast, or use it as a topping for cheese and crackers. You also might want to eat it straight from the jar, and that’s okay, too!
A batch of sous vide tomato sauce. The results were just as I had hoped, a sauce fresh enough to taste like it came straight from my garden, but with an intensified, rich tomato flavor typically achieved by hours of simmering on the stove. And instead of the herbs being muddled into the background, they stayed true to their raw flavor making it the perfect summery pasta sauce.