Heavy Rain Sous Vide


 

Bill Schultz

TVWBB Hall of Fame
Picked up a beautiful boneless rib roast at Costco the other day and cut it into nice steaks, meant to do them on the Weber but it has been raining sideways with T storms all day. So Sous Vide it was

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See ya in a few hours

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Out of the bag, dried off, EVOO and Kosher and fresh ground on, rain stopped, on the Genny for a sear

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On the plate, heaven

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Have a great night
 

Daum

TVWBB Super Fan
Bill - how does the texture of the meat from the sous vide with grill finish compare to doing it straight on the grill with a reverse sear? I have a sous vide but each time I've used it (haven't done steak) i always am a bigger fan of the texture of the meat from the grill cook.

Also, that looks great! I'll take two!
Daum
 

Rich G

TVWBB Honor Circle
....and, that's how you do that! Nice, Bill. I have done a few steaks and tri tips with the sous vide, and really enjoy how they turn out. I'm guessing you have the rest of that roast tucked away for a (not) rainy day? :)

Rich
 

Bill Schultz

TVWBB Hall of Fame
Bill - how does the texture of the meat from the sous vide with grill finish compare to doing it straight on the grill with a reverse sear? I have a sous vide but each time I've used it (haven't done steak) i always am a bigger fan of the texture of the meat from the grill cook.

Also, that looks great! I'll take two!
Daum

Daum the texture does not change per se, but you end up with a steak that is a consistent temp though out, my whole steak was 130 degrees. Adding a quick sear on the outside just makes it superb. I can get really good results on the charcoal and have for 40 years, but this takes it to another level. IMHO
 

Bill Schultz

TVWBB Hall of Fame
....and, that's how you do that! Nice, Bill. I have done a few steaks and tri tips with the sous vide, and really enjoy how they turn out. I'm guessing you have the rest of that roast tucked away for a (not) rainy day? :)

Rich

You know me so well my friend
 

Robert T

TVWBB Guru
Bill your steak is gorgeous! I have never tried this technique but I have seen a lot of posts using it. I didn't even know what it was until I googled it. No matter what you do you do it well. Great meal!
 

Pat G

TVWBB Emerald Member
Great looking steak Bill. I had the chance to cook some the same way when I visited my brother last year and they turned out great.
 

Rich Dahl

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Hmmm I keep seeing the sous vide thing popping up a lot more on the forum, also with rave reviews. What you did just looks fantastic, of course everything you do looks fantastic. Maybe I need to get me a new toy and give this a try.
Oh Barb, I need to talk to you.;)
 

Barb D

TVWBB Hall of Fame
Bill all I can say is WOW!!!
That looks delicious and your plated pic is outstanding. As always another fantastic meal my friend.
 

 

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