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Sous Vide Steak

Here I present my recipe for Sous Vide Steaks, they melt in your mouth, the seasoning totally infuses the meat and  they’re pan-seared in butter… yum!

This is actually the first sous vide recipe I made.  It makes me sad to look at the instructions picture below because I took those photos in my old kitchen.

I loved that kitchen 😭😭😭

I just celebrated a birthday last week and I’ve been feeling so nostalgic!

I guess it’s because you don’t realize how much has changed until you look back to the way things used to be.

You know my rule though; never look back, you’re not headed that way.

So look forward with enthusiasm for all that is to come ❤️

And look forward to trying this recipe 🥰

This is how you make it

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Set the temperature on your water bath to 130.

Season the steaks with the steak seasoning, the salt and pepper.        

I lay the steaks on a plate and work from there.

Place the steaks in a ziplock freezer bag;  it’s very important to lie them side by side, in an even layer otherwise they won’t cook through.  

Gently push all air out of the bag and submerge the bag in the water bath.’  Check out this great tip to learn how to naturally vacuum seal your food HERE [4].

I cooked my steaks in the water bath for 2 hours but check out this great resource for cooking times and temps for chicken HERE [5].

Transfer the sealed bags to the water bath and secure with clips.

Add water to the bath as needed, the temperature will adjust quickly.

Once cooked, open the bag and transfer the meat to a preheated frying pan with the butter.  Don’t panic!  The steaks are going to look like boiled meat but don’t worry because that’s normal.

Brown the steaks for 1-2 minutes per side, until a yummy golden brown.

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Let the meat rest for a few minutes before serving.

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What I served with my Sous Vide Steaks

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Caesar salad [6]

Like this one:

Lobster Caesar salad I LisaGCooks.com

Lobster Caesar salad  [7]

(Without the lobster).

or this one…

Spicy Caesar Salad with Shrimp and Eggs I LisaGCooks.com

(Without the egg and shrimp)

and I added half of an avocado 🥑

 

Ingredients Used in the recipe

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A recipe for Sous Vide Steaks that melt in your mouth, the seasoning totally infuses the meat and then they’re pan-seared in butter, to perfection.

 

 

 

 

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Sous Vide Steak


  • Author: Lisa G Cooks [13]
  • Total Time: 2 hours 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 Steaks 1x

Description

A recipe for Sous Vide Steaks that melt in your mouth, the seasoning totally infuses the meat and then they’re pan-seared in butter, to perfection.


Ingredients

Scale

2 Sirloin steaks

Montreal Steak Seasoning, to taste

Salt, to taste

Pepper, to taste

1 tbsp Salted Butter


Instructions

Set the temperature on your water bath to 130.

Season the steaks with the steak seasoning, the salt and pepper.        

I lay the steaks on a plate and work from there.

Place the steaks in a ziplock freezer bag;  it’s very important to lie them side by side, in an even layer otherwise they won’t cook through.  

Gently push all air out of the bag and submerge the bag in the water bath.’  Check out this great tip to learn how to naturally vacuum seal your food HERE [4].

I cooked my steaks in the water bath for 2 hours but check out this great resource for cooking times and temps for chicken HERE [5].

Transfer the sealed bags to the water bath and secure with clips.

Add water to the bath as needed, the temperature will adjust quickly.

Once cooked, open the bag and transfer the meat to a preheated frying pan with the butter.  Don’t panic!  The steaks are going to look like boiled meat but don’t worry because that’s normal.

Brown the steaks for 1-2 minutes per side, until a yummy golden brown.

Let the meat rest for a few minutes before serving.

  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 Hours
  • Category: Main
  • Method: Sous Vide
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: Sous Vide Steak, sous vide, steak, pan steak, steak seasoning, healthy, LisaGCooks.com