Poach An Egg With The Sous Vide Method

We love the Sous Vide cooking method. The French method involves cooking foods in plastic bags/wraps at precise temperatures in water for long periods of time which result in incredibly flavoured foods. Culinary site Chow shows us how to poach in egg using the Sous Vide method with plastic wrap, oil and a bit of string.

What you do is brush a little of your favourite oil on some plastic wrap, add whatever seasonings and herbs you’d like, crack the egg into the plastic, and tie the bundle with string. Pop this bundle into lightly boiling water for three minutes, and you’ll have a perfectly poached egg.

CHOW Tip: How to Sous Vide an Egg at Home [CHOW]

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