Mom deserves the best, but let’s be honest, cooking for her can be quite the intimidating task! The good news? We got a menu fit for a queen, and it’s super simple to prepare. Whether you’re cooking for mom, your wife, or even that mom that loves her Anova Precision Cooker so much that she won’t relinquish the rights for the day, there’s a dish here that’s sure to be a sous vide success.(more…)
Hey food nerd fam! We’re turning the blog over to #anovafoodnerd Aly Romero today to let her gush about why she loves cooking with her Anova Precision Cooker, and why she thinks it’s the best Mother’s Day gift of 2018.(more…)
Stop stressing over the perfect Easter dinner, and let our amazing #anovafoodnerd family lead the way! Below, you’ll find every recipe you need to build your dream menu, and deliver a feast of decadence to the dinner table with ease.(more…)
When done right, roasted Peking duck is a thing of beauty: shiny, golden crispy skin and succulent, wonderfully fatty meat served with an array of thinly sliced vegetables and warm thin pancakes or steamed buns.
I recently endeavored to recreate at home, but the three-day process didn’t yield anything close to the beautiful bird served at my favorite local Chinese restaurant. Overall, it was fine, but certainly not worth three days of my time, especially when I can have it prepared perfectly at the restaurant in just 30 minutes.
The most disappointing part was the duck breast, which was woefully overcooked and chewy. This led me to wonder if the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker could help. My goal: perfectly cooked duck breast with crunchy skin and deep flavor, all in just a few hours.Even when not cooking a whole duck, getting the duck breast correctly cooked throughout while crisping the skin to a crisp golden brown can be challenging. Of course, sous vide makes it virtually foolproof. (more…)
Not often can you say that you got your dream job from posting your favorite foods on Instagram. This is exactly what happened with Erika Turk, our previously featured food nerd!”
In January, Erika whipped up this plate of vegetarian vittles which grabbed the attention of a test kitchen. They contacted Erika about coming on board to be their sous vide queen and create killer recipes to share far and wide! Check out some of Erika’s favorite dishes below.(more…)
Ask anyone in the restaurant industry: going out on Valentine’s Day is the worst day of the year. This year, switch it up, and cook restaurant-quality meals for a fraction of the price in the comfort of your own home with your Anova Precision Cooker!
Choose the meal of your loved one’s dreams from the options below, and serve a stunner. Whether it’s lobster, steak, both(!), or a flavor-packed vegetarian mushroom entree, you’re sure to enjoy a dinner to remember! As an added bonus, we’ve included make-ahead desserts, dishes that cook at the same temperature, and ensured every dish is super-simple to prepare, so you can focus on that special someone, rather than being stuck in the kitchen all evening.(more…)
I grew up on a very simple (and cheap) version of Beef Stroganoff made with ground beef and canned mushroom soup. I still have a nostalgic fondness for that undeniably satisfying budget recipe, though I think when prepared with higher-quality fresh ingredients (crimini mushrooms, rich homemade beef stock, and tender strips of beef tenderloin), Beef Stroganoff is quintessential cold-weather comfort food.
With the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker, you can take Beef Stroganoff to an entirely new level. For this recipe, we are using well-marbled boneless beef short ribs cooked sous vide for 48 hours with mushrooms, stock, and onions, resulting in perfectly tender meat and an intensely flavored cooking liquid.(more…)
I’ll admit, three months ago, I didn’t even know ribeye cap (that thin, beautifully marbled piece of meat at the top of a ribeye) was a distinct cut of beef, let alone that it was called “deckle.” Now, in large part thanks to my local Costco, who gilds the lily by selling it at prime grade, ribeye cap is my favorite “new” cut of steak.
Of course, preparing ribeye cap is simple and foolproof with the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker. Just a few hours in the sous vide and you have one of the most tender and flavorful bites of beef available. To sear, you could toss on a hot grill for a few minutes, though my favorite finishing move is in a cast-iron skillet basted with butter and herbs.(more…)