Category Archives: Sous Vide Cooking

Recipe Shed: Crispy-skin chicken breast with tarragon cream sauce (or Gorgonzola dip)

Now that the sunshine has finally bestowed its elusive presence upon us, it’s time for some lighter, fresher meals and nothing fits the bill better for me than crispy-skinned chicken … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Heston Blumenthal’s 18-hour Sous Vide Blackened Pork Belly

This is the simplest and most effective recipe I’e ever done – though you have to have a Sous Vide, so not for everyone, I guess. You could always invest … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Heston Blumenthal sous vide rack of lamb with Gordon Ramsay herb crust

Mums only deserve the best, so I’ve combined these recipes from two of the best chefs in the land for this superlative Mother’s Day treat: herb-crusted rack of lamb with … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Jamaican jerk pork chops with rice and peas

I’m not a big fan of pork chops. Too dry, too fatty, too bland. But rubbing them with this super-spicy Jamaican jerk mix really zings them up. A great midweek … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: How to cook pork medium-rare using Iberico pork ‘presa’ – the wagyu of the porcine world

I always avoid the more expensive cuts of pork – especially tenderloin, loin and loin chops  – because their lack of fat leaves them as dry as a sandpaper doormat. … Continue reading

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Recipe Shed: Guide to Sous Vide Cooking

  Water boils – and thus turns to steam – at 100 degrees Celsius. Fact. Muscle tissue is approx. 75% water. Fact. If you cook meat at more than 100C … Continue reading

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