Sous Vide Steak TIME EXPERIMENT - How long should you cook your STEAK?
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How Sous Vide Cooking Works
Sous vide (pronounced soo-veed) is a cooking method that's been used by professional chefs for years. Now that the device that makes this cooking method possible is so affordable and easy to use, home cooks can make meals like the pros. Bonus: using sous vide, it's nearly impossible to overcook your food.
You can cook a lot of different foods with a sous vide, including vegetables, but we're going to explain how it works wonders on a steak. After your steak is seasoned to your liking, seal it in a plastic bag. Then clamp the sous vide to the side of a stock pot filled with water. Next, place the bag in the pot of water and set the sous vide temperature. With the push of a button the precise cooking device will prepare (and maintain) your food at the exact temperature you decide.
One thing to note about sous vide cooking is that, while it cooks your food to perfection, it won't actually brown steak. If you're looking for that nice brown crust, just give it a quick sear on either side and voilà!
Video: Brad Makes Sous Vide Steak | Kitchen Basics | Bon Appetit
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