No More Dinner Drama | Anova Culinary

No More Dinner Drama

It’s an age-old problem: What’s for dinner? It’s quite possibly the most difficult, and most avoided question of the day. It’s so much easier to order takeout once you get home, right? Not anymore…No special skills needed, no level of training required. YOU can do it in three simple steps. 

We sent out a call to our #anovafoodnerd family to see what their favorite quick dinners (even a meatless option!) are, and we came up with these 5 super-simple #anovafoodnerd recipes make prep and planning a breeze and will help you take advantage of what matters most: time! Each recipe uses five or fewer ingredients (not including pantry staples such as flour, salt, pepper, butter, or oil) commonly found in any grocery store for ultimate simplicity.

Every meal is delicious, perfectly prepared, and whether you’re serving yourself or a whole crew of hungry mouths, is sure to satisfy. To the recipes! Click on the pic to see the full step-by-step recipe.

Sous Vide Coconut Shrimp by #anovafoodnerd James Besheda

Extra bonus? Since these are only being fried a very short time, they are way healthier than their “just fried” counterparts.  

Sous Vide Apple Butter Pork Tenderloin by #anovafoodnerd Erika Turk

Pork and apples. A timeless tradition. Erika Turk is turning this classic upside down, and bringing flavors to the table you never thought possible! Juicy and tender pork with the sweetness of the apple butter makes this a go-to meal for any occasion. With only 5 ingredients, it’s a surefire weeknight hit.

Sous Vide Soy Garlic Tri-Tip Steak by #anovafoodnerd Randy Fung

#anovafoodnerd Randy Fung brings a new twist on a classic beef dish, introducing savory soy and garlic flavor infused into the steak.

Sous Vide Honey-Lime Glazed Chicken Thighs by #anovafoodnerd Pratik Amin

These are great for an easy healthy weeknight meal. I cook the chicken thighs sous vide in honey and lime juice and then reduce the bag juices down into a sticky glaze. The glaze is rubbed onto the thighs and then they are finished under the broiler for some dark crispy skin.

Sous Vide Tomato-Basil Pasta from #anovafoodnerd Emily Farris

Meatless Mondays don’t have to lack flavor or fun! This wicked-good tomato-basil sauce is ready in a flash and the perfect pairing with some pasta.

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