The Cheese-Lover’s Guide to Sous-Vide Cooking
If you love both cheese and sous-vide cooking, then this is the post for you. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite cheese-centered recipes and put them all in one place for your cooking and dining delight. Enjoy!
The Cheese-Lover’s Guide to Sous-Vide Cooking:
- Cheese-Stuffed Burgers - Pairing some goat cheese and jalapenos, cook at 145 degrees for an hour before searing the burger 30 seconds per side in a hot pan (for visuals, follow link and scroll down to #3).
- Sous-Vide Ricotta Cheese - After filling the bath with cold water, set on 175 degrees. After cooking for approximately 45 minutes, you’re only several simple steps away from your own fresh ricotta cheese. Since the cheese must be left to drain for an hour, you’ll need to take care of this process well ahead of time, but the procedure itself is so easy that we’re shocked everyone’s not trying it.
- Homemade Feta - Although slightly more time-consuming that the process for making ricotta cheese, making homemade Feta is much simpler than you might think: especially if you choose to make it sous-vide instead of via the older methods. Homemade cheese has never been so accessible.
- Sous-Vide Filet Mignon with Blue Cheese Mousse - As most people know, any overcooking of fliet mignon leads to chewy meat. That’s what makes the sous-vide process so perfect. With a quick prep time of only 30 minutes, this dinner is certain to leave you and your party satisfied and smiling.
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