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Sous Vide Ribs

Sous Vide Ribs

With Cider BBQ Sauce

Posted on March 29, 2017
Before I started using the Joule by ChefSteps, I thought that smoking was one of the better ways to prepare ribs, followed shortly by braising. Sous Vide Ribs With Cider BBQ Sauce changed my mind on that one for sure! It’s easy, the ribs come out succulent, looking beautiful, and you can add as much or as little smoke as you want. 
Posted in: Pork
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Pork Belly Sliders

Pork Belly Sliders

with Thai Mango Salad

Posted on January 31, 2017
Sure, you can easily make petite patties and slap them on miniature buns for your Super Bowl nosh, but why not turn your taste buds up to eleven with some unique Pork Belly Sliders with Thai Mango Salad. You’ll want to serve these on fresh brioche buns, or maybe even get real fancy with homemade steam buns. I borrowed stole some dough from the recipe for Homemade Pretzel Bites and created deliciously dense buns that worked well for this recipe, however, feel free to contain the deliciousness from this recipe in a bun-ly creation of your choice. 

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Sous Vide Thanksgiving Turkey

Sous Vide Thanksgiving Turkey

Finished with Green Tea and Apple Smoke

Posted on November 16, 2016

This turkey recipe requires a little forethought and some extra equipment, but this Sous Vide Thanksgiving Turkey Finished with Green Tea and Apple Smoke has to be the best turkey I have made on the grill, ever. I followed the recipe as laid out in the Joule app, cooking the butchered turkey in a water bath for just over 12 hours in total. Then I finished the turkey on the grill by smoking it with Apple Wood Chips and Cranberry Green Tea from Steeped Tea then searing the skin on the Infrared SIZZLE ZONE™. Leaving me with the most succulent turkey I have had the pleasure of tasting. EVER.

The portable Sous Vide cooker, Joule, by ChefSteps is probably the most interesting and versatile tool in my cooking arsenal, besides my grill. The Joule is easy to use. Once out of the box, I was able to set it up within about five minutes or less. To the layman, sous vide sounds like boil in a bag, however the geniuses at ChefSteps have done their research and created a super easy way to cook gourmet food. The calculations are all done for you. Follow the directions in the app, which even tells you when the food is ready.

Posted in: Poultry
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