Souse Vide WAter Buffalo

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  1. Ron Kulas

    Ron Kulas Member

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    I really enjoy Souse Vide cooking (especially the wild game I take with my bow) This time Im making water buffalo roast beef to make sandwiches. Time to fire up the Souse Vide machine and turn this beast into roast beef.

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    I pulled 3 roasts from the freezer and gave them a few days to thaw in the cooler.

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    Then seasoned them with a steakhouse seasoning.

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    They get vacuum sealed again before hitting the water bath.

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    They will enjoy 9 hours under water at 135F

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    After 9 hours the roasts are finished and not one degree over 135F (rare)

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    I use my Searzall torch to give the outside of the roast a crisp crust.

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    Then I run the roasts through my slicer.

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    It will be reheated in a crock pot with french onion soup and beef broth and served on rolls with horseradish.

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    Toast and a slice of baby swiss.

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    A little au ju for dipping

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  2. T-Max

    T-Max Well-Known Member

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    That looks excellent. Sous Vide is quickly becoming one of my favorite ways to cook!
     
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    Ron, you’re a man of many talents.......
     
  5. Hoosierhunting

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    Ron, looks like you enjoy getting the most out of your harvest. If you’ve not seen this blog before I think you’ll really like it. https://honest-food.net

    Another guy who really takes his food seriously.


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