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    What is your favorite sous vide dish?

    I just got the sous vide machine and I am giong to give it the first run this weekend.

    There are alot of options so I thought I would ask people what their favorite dish sous vide is so I can be blown away.

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    Jared

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    Hard to say. Seventy two hour short ribs are amazing...tender, succulent pork chops that remind me of the old days before pork had all the fat engineered out of it...and for one out of left field: my wife is still raving about sous vide brussel sprouts.

    Enjoy the journey.

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    Buy a cheap cut of beef, season with salt, pepper and garlic, and set it at 128F for 36-48 hours. Slice thin and eat straight from the cutting board. It'll make you feel like a mans man.
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    Flank steak. Then sear it on the grill before service.

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    Salmon is great and does not take too long.

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    I laugh when I see someone go over to the sous vid machine on Chopped.
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    After some reflection, I've decided my favorite thing about sous vide is that I finally get to buy a torch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    I laugh when I see someone go over to the sous vid machine on Chopped.
    I laughed one episode I saw recently (a re-run) when the judges were like "Oh, he's using the sous-vide machine!" when actually all he was doing was using the vac.

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    To be fair I think sous vide translates to "under vacuum" so technically they aren't incorrect. On topic, pretty much most protein or vegetables can be cooked sous vide successfully. I also like to make ice cream under vacuum.
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    beef cheeks, and not sous vide, but 62.5 c eggs.

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