Never Burn Your Food Again!- A Guide To Sous Vide


by Chris Fargas


Anyone who loves watching cooking shows would have already heard about sous vide cooking. In some cooking shows, cameras would zoom into plastic wrapped packages of seasoned food being dropped into an immersion circulator.

There is a practical guide for sous vide cooking at home that you may follow for cooking that has no need for fancy equipment. You can find some sous vide cookers that are actually affordable. Some individuals even say that you may even use a standard ice cooler. When it comes to this method, a full grasp of the cooking process is more important than the tools that you will use for cooking.

Sous vide cooking is a manner of cooking that has been around for many years. Professional chefs finally took notice and started using this techinique in their kitchen. The simplest comparison that we can use for sous vide cooking method is that of poaching food. This method mainly consists of food that has been vacuum sealed in plastic bags then is cooked in temperature controlled water.

So if you want to try the sous vide style, you should definitely take note of the proper temperature and even the right cooking time. Because these methods were developed by the pros, if you follow them you just can not get it wrong. Most of the equipment will without doubt come with instructions on usage, so you don't really have to worry.

What makes this method so great is that there is no way that you could burn or overcook your food. Professionals actually recommend you to sear your meat first over a high temperature before sealing it in so that you may make it brown on the outside.

Again, you should without doubt follow the given temperatures along with cooking times to get the best results. You may also get a healthier and more enjoyable meal by going over reference materials for sous vide or using a practical guide to this cooking method. All you have to do is to check out some cook books or you could also go online and find some recipes there too.




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