25 Easy Sous Vide Recipes

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Craving a dish that’s fast, easy, tasty, and juicy?

Then check out these fantastic sous vide recipes.

Sous vide is an incredible way to prepare food.

It’s very popular in the U.S, but it’s rarely used in the UK or Europe.

It works by slowly cooking food in an airtight bag.

This method preserves the integrity of the food while also allowing it to absorb all that delicious flavor.

Whether you’re looking for a quick weeknight meal or something a little more elaborate, this list has you covered.

So what are you waiting for?

Let’s get cooking!

25 Easy Sous Vide Recipes 1

1. Honey Garlic Sous Vide Chicken Thighs With Crispy Skin

This recipe is all about crispy skin, and you’ll want to use it on everything.

While it only takes a few minutes to make, the sous vide cooking time ensures every bite will be perfectly cooked.

And if you think that chicken thighs might have a tough time with their crispy skin, think again.

You can cook your chickens in any size you like and still get excellent results.

This meal is one of my favorites when I need something easy but still filling.

And since the recipe uses white wine for some flavor, it’s ideal for hearty Christmas dinner!

2. Sous Vide Chicken Wings

Is it just me, or does chicken wing season come around every year?

I’ll be honest with you; I only ever buy them for Halloween.

They’re so fun and look fantastic when all spiced up.

When it comes to cooking wings, the sous vide method is a game-changer.

You can achieve perfectly cooked wings all year long.

Just cook your chicken breasts to a temp of 165°F (74°C), then let the egg bath sit while you prepare the rest.

It takes just over an hour and a half, but they’ll be tender, crispy on the outside, and juicy on the inside.

3. Sous Vide Brisket

Brisket is a beast of a meat to cook.

And that’s especially true when it’s cooked on high heat.

But with this recipe, you won’t have to worry about overcooking your brisket!

All you need is an immersion blender, which will help you get the most out of your slow-cooked beef.

So this time, let your sous vide do all the work for you.

4. Sous Vide Potatoes

Keeping in mind that the sous vide is a food saver, you can make a batch of these potato-sized gems.

Sautéed potatoes are sliced into perfect wedges, which cook in the same water bath for about an hour and then sit on your counter to rest.

These potatoes are fantastic as crispy hash browns or roasted wedges.

The whole point of using sous vide is to cook your food quickly, so don’t skimp on this tutorial.

5. Sous Vide Asian Short Rib Tacos

Sous vide is all about slow cooking, but with this recipe, you’ll be able to cook your meat in a sous vide bag instead of a pot.

This way, you can cook the ground beef until it’s so tender that it falls off the bone.

I love the texture when I mix the shredded cabbage and green onions with the meat.

If you don’t want to use pork fat for this recipe, feel free to swap out some of that fat for olive oil.

6. Sous Vide Pork Loin Roast

The best way to cook pork loin is by using a sous vide machine.

It’s incredibly easy to set up, and the results are fantastic.

The pork roast here is slow-cooked to perfection, and it smells so good while cooking.

It’s tender with a little bit of char.

This dish is also served with mashed potatoes and roasted Brussels sprouts for dipping.


7. Tender Sous Vide Baby Back Ribs

Here’s another simple recipe for baby back ribs that need only 30 minutes to prepare.

The key to getting the perfect char is to sear the meat first.

Then, once the internal temperature hits 145°F (63°C), you can plate it up and cover with your favorite sauce.

8. Sous Vide Turkey Breast

Creamy, juicy, and insanely tender turkey breast is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.

And no one will ever know it’s not rotisserie.

But if you have the CSA box or are calling in some freebies, roast your bird right in your Sous Vide machine.

And be sure to use enough water!

This helps to maintain perfect color and moisture throughout the meat.

9. Sous Vide Egg Bites

Are you looking for a quick and easy way to make crispy, salty-sweet egg bites?

Then, you’ll love these.

Sous vide is the ultimate tool for making super-crispy eggs.

They’re so tender, fluffy, and wonderful that you will be hooked after the first bite.

This recipe is perfect if you want to use up any leftover egg whites from your morning eggs.

You could also just go ahead and throw them to the side!

10. Garlic Herb Butter Sous Vide Steaks

Garlic and herb butter is a great way to flavor meat on the stove.

It’s easy to make, and it’s perfect for sous vide steaks.

All you have to do is mix together garlic powder, onion powder, and dried thyme with a bit of salt and pepper.

Then, add your fresh herbs to the butter mixture and cook your steak until it’s medium-rare.

Serve over rice or noodles for an easy meal that will surely satisfy even the pickiest eaters.

11. Sous Vide Pork Tenderloin

I’m not sure what I love more about this recipe.

The pork or the sauce.

This Sous Vide pork tenderloin is a masterclass in meat preparation, and you only need a few ingredients to make it.

Try it once, and you’ll never go back!

12. Sous Vide Creme Brulee

There’s nothing better than a hot, sweet, creamy custard when you want to indulge in dessert.

To me, that’s the perfect way to end a meal.

It takes a touch of creativity (or some wild imagination) to make it with cheddar cheese instead of cream and aromatic spices for that sous vide caramelization effect.

But once you get the hang of it, it’s easy as pie.

13. Sous Vide Carnitas

Sometimes, you just need a little bit of spice in your life.

That’s where sausages come in.

They are perfect for searing and smoking with a little kick to give them some extra flavor.

And while they take a few hours to cook, they’ll be worth the wait.

The carnitas are so juicy and bursting with flavor that it doesn’t even matter how long it takes!

14. Sous Vide Lobster Tail

This is one of those recipes I make all the time.

It’s a simple, four-ingredient recipe that turns BBA into a fine meal.

The lobster tail cooks in the water bath and has a nice meaty texture with no bones or excess fat.

15. Sous Vide Leg Of Lamb

If you’re looking for the perfect dish to serve at your next dinner party, this sous vide leg of lamb is it.

It’s so tender and juicy that even a 10-year-old could eat it.

And best of all, it takes only about 30 minutes to make!

16. Sous Vide Shrimp

This recipe calls for shrimp that will be peeled and deveined.

A sous vide is essential in ensuring it cooks evenly, which means you don’t need to worry about them being too thin.

If you want to cook the shrimp longer, go ahead, but let it rest for 15 minutes after cooking.

To make this recipe even easier, buy your shrimp already deveined and frozen.

Then just thaw out the package and slice off the head of each piece before cooking.


17. Sous Vide Ribeye Steak

This sous vide ribeye steak recipe is everything you love about beef, wrapped up in a fun and easy-to-follow recipe.

Sous vide allows for the perfect tenderness in every bite of this juicy steak.

All you need is to cook it on your grill or over an open flame.

Once cooked, enjoy your steak with melted cheese, pickles, and chives.

18. Sous Vide Sea Bass

If you’re looking for a way to bring out the best in your fish, then this recipe is a must-try.

It has an intense flavor combination of buttery, salty, and sweet.

And it cooks up beautifully!

Although, this dish will only feed one person.

So be sure to double or triple it if you need more help with leftovers.

19. Tender Sous Vide Carrots

Carrots are naturally sweet and have a mild taste, making them perfect for sous vide cooking.

The method is simple: cook the carrots until tender, and then finish them in water with a pinch of salt.

This recipe uses maple syrup to add an extra layer of sweetness.

However, you can use honey instead if you prefer that flavor.

Even when roasted or boiled, they’re very good – something no one will argue with!

20. Sous Vide Duck Breast

You can make this delectable duck breast with your Sous Vide machine in just 15 minutes.

It’s not only delicious, but also easy to prepare.

The sweet, mild flavor will surely please your tastebuds!

Serve it with some sauteed veggies or a side salad for an extra boost of nutrition.

This recipe is perfect if you want to take on the challenge of making homemade duck stock.

21. Sous Vide Korean BBQ Chicken

This chicken is the perfect example of what Sous vide can do.

The meat is so juicy, you’ll want to polish off every last bite.

And this recipe makes use of a secret ingredient: a small amount of sesame oil.

You’ll add it to the sauce for an added flavor boost that never disappoints.

22. Sous Vide Fondant Potatoes

Fondant potatoes are a wonderful way to get fancier potatoes into your diet.

The color and texture will definitely wow your guests, and you can even cut the recipe in half if you want to make these for a party.

Just be sure to use very ripe potatoes as they need some time to firm up before cooking in water.

(And don’t forget about the skin! I always remove it and fry when this recipe is done.)

23. Sous Vide Beef Bulgogi Bowls

If you love the seasoning combo of sesame oil, chili flakes, garlic powder, and cumin, then you’ll adore this beef bulgogi bowl.

It’s a recipe for healthy midweek dinners packed with protein and flavor!

It’s made even better by adding gochujang to the marinade.

It adds a lovely Asian-inspired sweetness that perfectly complements the meat.

24. Sous Vide Onions In Beer Recipe

If you’re looking for a way to add flavor to your next meal, try this recipe!

This simple sous vide recipe only takes about 15 minutes to make, but it yields the best results.

The beer adds such an earthy and savory tone to the onions.

The natural sweetness from the onions pairs perfectly with the beer.

Serve at room temperature or reheat in the microwave for a quick lunchtime fix.

25. Sous Vide Flank Steak Fajitas

I love the color and flavor of flank steak, but it can be tough to cook.

So, I’ve come up with a great solution.

Sous vide gives this cut an insanely tender texture and wonderful flavor.

And this recipe lets you cook it in a sous vide than cooks your veggies right on the steaks.

So, everything gets perfectly cooked!

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