For this enticing main dish, slices of pumpkin are cooked sous vide with onions, cranberries, and seasonings before getting caramelized in a hot pan.View Recipe>
Finish with a dollop of whipped lime crema for added flavor and visual contrast.View Recipe>
Use sous vide to perfect homemade macarons. This version uses spiced sweet potato for a fall flavor spin.
Ile Flottante—”Floating Island”—is a truly elegant finish for a special meal.
The three-star Michelin chef shared his recipe exclusively for Sous-Vide’s online readers.
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French for “under vacuum,” sous vide is an innovative cooking technique in which food is vacuum sealed and slow-cooked in water at constant precise temperatures until perfectly cooked. While it’s one of the most exciting cooking methods available today, it wasn’t invented just yesterday—in fact, the history of the sous vide method extends thousands of years.
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The traditional holiday favorite gets a sous vide upgrade.View Recipe>
The sous vide method ups the flavor ante of this seasonal favorite.View Recipe>
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