We tried this one before and it definitely deserved another go. It also was a great excuse for getting the sous-vide out the storage again.
The first one we made was Szechuan pork belly bites I found over at sousvidesupreme.com. Continue reading “Szechuan Pork Belly Bites with BBQ Glaze”
Koen and I had another cookout recently. We picked this entrée so we could use the Sousvide for (almost) all elements.
This Rochefort 10 ice cream is based on a recipe I found on the Belgian foodblog Hot Cuisine de Pierre. It’s a very nice beer and the idea of making ice cream with it is sheer genius…
A couple of weeks ago Koen and I had another cookout. We needed a starter that was relatively low maintenance and I wanted to try something new with the sousvide. This recipe is from George Calombaris fit the bill nicely as I hadn’t cooked fish in it before.
Another excuse to use the Smoking Gun… 🙂 The combination of the smoked mashed beans with the scallops in white wine sauce and the pistachio/green peppercorn crumb just seemed great. Continue reading “Scallops with Smoked White Bean Puree and Glazed Carrots”
This is a recipe I got from Masterchef Australia as I wanted to use my sousvide wateroven again. Continue reading “Perfect Sousvide Egg with Mushroom Custard”
Having seen many Asian recipes with slow roasted pork belly, I wanted to give it a go in the sousvide wateroven and then finish it under a hot grill.