Sharing this easy Korean bibimbap with sous vide chicken just in time for International Sous Vide Day! Have you tried any sous vide dishes? Or do you use a sous vide maker at home? This cooking technique (sous vide means “under vacuum” in French) cooks vaccum-sealed food under precise temperature control, for a longer period than normal cooking, at lower temperatures, to achieve even cooking (as opposed to the dryer outside and rarer inside that’s associated with normal cooking). Restaurants have been doing it for years, but more recently, sous vide makers for homes have been made available at affordable prices (under $100). This International Sous Vide Day I’m partnering with @cuisinesolutions to share a go-to sous vide chicken bibimbap recipe – perfect for throwing in a tupperware to bring for lunch (you can make a big batch in advance) or dressed up for a nice dinner. The chicken is perfectly tender and full of moisture, and you can use the marinade for beef or seafood and cook accordingly in the sous vide too. The simple marinade calls for a ratio of 2 chicken thigh pieces to 2 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tsp finely chopped garlic, 1/2 tsp finely chopped ginger, 1 tbsp raw sugar, and optional 1 tbsp gochujang (Korean red pepper paste) if you’d like to add some heat. The sides for bibimbap include blanched veggies (spinach, bean sprouts, finely shredded carrots and zucchini, and shiitake mushrooms) seasoned with sesame oil and sea salt, and an egg with a runny yolk (you can do a fried egg, I used a sous vide egg – I’ve shared how to in IG highlights) that is mixed into the rice, meat and veggies when serving. It’s typically served with a gochujang (Korean red pepper paste)-based sauce for extra flavoring. Head to my IG stories for more deets on this recipe and how to sous vide at home! I’m giving away a 12-quart sous vide container, a 6-quart sous vide container and a Sous-Vide Magazine, issue 5, each, to 3 winners. Just leave a comment below and tag a friend you’d share this bibimbap with to enter! #ILOVESOUSVIDE #healthyeating #eatpretty #beautifulcuisines #和食 #和食ごはん
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