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Prep Time:
10 Minutes
Marinade Time:
90 Minutes Sous Vide
Serves:
2
Grill time:
10 Minutes

Sous Vide Chicken

Finished on the Napoleon Himalayan Salt Platter

Posted on by Andrea Alden
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Sous Vide Chicken
Serves 2
Prep Time:
Marinade Time: 90 Minutes Sous Vide
Grill time: 10 Minutes
As Napoleon’s in-house Grilling-Gal, I have the immense pleasure of testing out new accessories like the Himalayan Salt Platter Set. This Sous Vide Chicken Finished on the Napoleon Himalayan Salt Platter was just exquisite. Himalayan Salt is high in minerals and imparts a lightly salty flavor to whatever you cook on it. You won’t need to add salt.
Season and oil the chicken
Season and oil the chicken
Cook Sous Vide with Joule
Cook Sous Vide with Joule
Sear on the Himalayan Salt Platter
Sear on the Himalayan Salt Platter

Sous Vide Chicken

Serves: 2       Total Time: 110 Minutes

Ingredients

Directions

Step 1
Preheat the water bath to 140°F using the Joule App, or according to your Sous Vide Cooker instructions.
Step 2
While things are preheating, pound the chicken to the same thickness as the thinnest part. So if the top-round end of a chicken breast is thicker than the pointy end, pound it until it’s about as thick as the pointy end. You are looking for an even thickness. Season the chicken to taste with your favorite herbs and spices, go very light on anything salty because we will be getting salt later in the cook. Oil the chicken and toss it into a sturdy ziplock-style bag. If you want to use butter instead, just add the butter into the bag instead of pouring it onto the chicken.
Step 3
Remove as much air from the bag as possible before submerging the bagged chicken into the water bath. Cook Sous Vide for 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Step 4
About 40 minutes before the chicken is ready to come out of the water bath, preheat the grill to 500°F(+). Do this slowly, beginning with the salt platter over indirect heat. After the grill has warmed, and the platter has too, turn the burner under the platter on too. You want to get it very hot for searing. (PLEASE REMEMBER TO TEMPER YOUR SALT BLOCK BEFORE COOKING WITH IT!! HERE'S HOW)
Step 5
Remove the chicken from the bag and sear directly on the Himalayan Salt Platter. If heated correctly, it will act like a hot frying pan and sear your chicken beautifully. Once the first side is nice and browned, flip the chicken, and sear the other side.
Step 6
Serve this with your favorite veggies for a fantastic meal.
Seared to perfection
Seared to perfection
Serve with your fave veggies
Serve with your fave veggies
A little parmesan never hurts too
A little parmesan never hurts too

Sous Vide Chicken Finished on the Napoleon Himalayan Salt Platter is succulent and delicately salted thanks to the salt platter. If you are using ChefSteps’ Sous Vide guide, cooking at 140°F will leave you with a very moist piece of chicken, the additional cooking on the salt platter will finish your meal to an ideal chicken doneness. There’s nothing worse than overcooked chicken, is there?

Happy Grilling!



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