If you haven’t noticed…I’m absolutely loving my Sous Vide Supreme. The lamb loins were on sale at my local grocer so I bought 3 instead of 2. Normally one is enough for me (they are about 5 oz each with the bone). The sous vide ensures that these little lamb loins will be cooked to a perfect 134 degrees.
Prep: 5 min
Cook: 2-4 hrs
- 2-3 lamb loins
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 1 TBS fresh parsley, chopped
- .5 TBS fresh thyme, remove from stem
- .5 tsp sea salt
- .5 tsp pepper
- Heat sous vide to 134 F.
- Chop garlic and herbs and blend together with salt and pepper.
- Coat loins with herb and garlic mixture on both sides.
- Cut 3 slices if butter and place on top of loin
- Vacuum seal loins separately in bags
- Submerge in water bath for a minimum of 2 hrs and max of 4 hrs.
- Once done seat on hot oiled grill for 1 min on each side.
This pork belly will melt in your mouth… not in your hand. I am LOVING my new cooking device, the Sous Vide Supreme, it’s the coolest thing ever!
I made this pork belly for NYE and it was a hit! It’s super simple (if you have a Sous Vide device). 🙂
Prep: 15 min
Cook Time: 20-25 hrs
Serves: 8 Tapas sized portions
- 1.5lbs whole pork belly sliced into 8 same sized portions
- 1 TBS Five Spice Powder
- 1/2 TBS Fresh ground pepper
- 1 tsp. Kosher Salt
- 1 tsp. Ground fennel
- Pam/butter for greasing skillet (not that you REALLY need it, but just for good measure incase your pan is too hot).
- Heat Sous Vide device to 160 F
- Mix herbs and seasonings together in a small bowl
- Coat pork belly portions in rub throughly
- Vacuum seal each portion separately
- Immerse in Sous Vide that’s heated to 160F for 20-25 hrs
- Take out and either sear the belly fat side down on a hot skillet to get a nice browned top or reserve in fridge until ready to fire and serve.
- Serve on top a mound of collards or greens and mashed potatoes.
I made a nice tarragon cream sauce to garnish on the side of the plate. It went nicely with the pork and the fennel notes.
Enjoy and Cheers!