Super Noms Sous Vide Cooking At Home

Jessica Cheung, Finding the value in every day life.

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7 Lessons (24m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:50
    • 2. Assignment

      1:32
    • 3. Getting Started with Sous Vide At Home

      3:17
    • 4. Let's Make: Asian Styled Catfish

      6:13
    • 5. Let's Make: Maple Pecan Sweet Potato Mash

      5:35
    • 6. Let's Make: Cranberry-Lime Syrup

      6:11
    • 7. Closing

      0:43

Project Description

Convert a favorite recipe to Sous Vide

Assigment: For your class project, choose an recipe that you love and convert it to a sous-vide recipe to share with the rest of the calss!

Deliverables:

1. Find a favorite recipe that you like online and start your Class Project by sharing the link to the recipe.

2. Based on the main ingredient of the food you will be cooking, find a reference guide for the temperature and timing you'll need to cook the iteam at.

Determine how to translate it to sous vide, ie. is it liquidy, dry, etc.?

  • If it's a liquidy recipe can you just throw everything into the bag and let it stew?
  • If it's an item that needs a char or crisp on it, can you cook it evenly first in sous vide and then finish it with a torch, broil or pan fry?

3. Test your recipe.

4. Share your results with the rest of the class with photos and listing out the recipe.

I can't wait to see what you come up with once you start cooking!

Discount Available: If you want to purchase a Nomiku Classic, which is the immersion circulator I use in my course, I have a promo code for $50 off. Discount code: THEVALUE on checkout. http://www.nomiku.com/collections/featured/products/nomiku-sous-vide

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