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1 Calculate your cooking time: This roast cooks sous vide for 18 to 24 hours, so it's important to begin cooking with your serving time in mind. Calculate backward from your dinner time to figure out when you should start cooking the roast.

For make-ahead instructions if you don't plan on serving your sandwiches right away, see the instructions in the headnotes.

2 Trim and season the roast: Trim any large pieces of fat from the exterior of the roast, but don't worry about getting every last speck. Season it on all sides with the salt and pepper.

3 Sear the roast: Warm a large skillet over medium-high heat and add 1 tablespoon of oil. When the oil shimmers and glides smoothly, and a flick of water evaporates on contact with the pan, add the roast.

Sear the roast very well on all sides, 4 to 5 minutes per side. The seared surfaces should look dark reddish-brown. If the oil starts to get smoky, lower the heat slightly; otherwise, maintain a medium-high heat for the best sear.

4 Transfer the seared beef to a plate to cool slightly. If the roast is still scorching hot from the pan when you put it in the plastic bag, it can melt a hole in the plastic.

5 Deglaze the pan with the wine: With the pan still over medium-high heat, add the wine all at once. It will bubble and steam as it hits the pan. As it bubbles, use a stiff spatula to scrape up any dark bits that were stuck.

Once you've scraped up all the bits and the wine is simmering, pour it carefully into a measuring cup. Let it cool slightly.

6 Pack up the roast for sous vide cooking: Place a 1-gallon plastic freezer bag on your counter and fold the top outwards to form a cuff; this will help it stand up and make it easier to fill. (Alternatively, place the bag in a bowl while filling).

Place the slightly cooled roast into the bag. Pour the wine and broth over top, and tuck the bay leaf inside. Zip the bag almost entirely shut, leaving about an inch open at one edge.

7 Seal the bag: Fill a large stock pot three-quarters full with water. Submerge the bag with the roast until just the zipper part of the bag is above the water.

As you submerge the bag, the pressure of the water will press the sides of the plastic bag up against the roast and the liquid, "hugging" the ingredients. You may need to use your hands or a spatula to poke the roast below the surface of the water and force out any bubbles.

Once all the air bubble are out, submerge the bag up to the zipper, then zip it all the way closed so the bag is sealed. Lift the roast from the water and place it on a dishtowel while you heat the water.

As you lift the bag, the plastic should look like it's hugging the ingredients inside the bag. A few small air pockets are fine; vacuum-sealing isn't necessary. Check carefully to make sure the bag isn't leaking; if it is, transfer it to a new bag and repeat this sealing step.

  • Read more about this method here.

8 Heat the water with the immersion circulator: Place the pot of water on a trivet or other heatproof surface. Place the immersion circulator in the water and set it to heat the water based on your preferred doneness for the roast beef: 135°F (medium-rare), 140°F (medium), 145°F (medium-well) or 150°F (well-done).

It will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes for the water to heat, depending on the volume of water in your pot. (You can also use warm water out of the tap to cut down on heating time.) Once the water is up to temp, your immersion circulator will indicate that you're ready to start cooking.

With Joule, this is controlled through the Joule app: Open the app on your phone and press the orange circular button in the bottom right corner. Input the temperature and press the orange button again to start the device and begin heating the water.

9 Cook the roast: Once the water has finished heating, lower the roast into the water. It's fine if the zipper is above the surface of the water, but the roast itself should be completely submerged by at least an inch or so. Add more water if needed.

Cook the roast for 18 to 24 hours (yes, hours!). It will become more tender the longer you let it cook. Set a timer so you know when it's ready.

10 Check the roast and monitor the water during cooking: Every so often during cooking, take a peek at your roast and make sure that it's still submerged in the water and the bag isn't leaking. (If it's leaking, the liquid will start to look diluted and you'll notice air bubbles in the bag. Just transfer the roast and liquid to another bag and carry on with cooking. This doesn't happen very often, but is something to watch out for.)

Keep an eye on the water level and add additional water if it looks like it's getting low. The immersion circulator will heat the water right back up to temperature. To help prevent evaporation, you can also cover your pot with plastic wrap, a silicon bowl cover (as I have), or any other cover.

11 Cook the onions at any point while the roast is cooking: At any point during this cooking time when you have a spare 10 minutes, cook the onions. Warm a teaspoon or two of oil in a skillet and cook the onions with 1/4 teaspoon salt until they are very soft and browned.

If you're not serving them right away, cool and refrigerate until needed. To reheat, add them to a hot skillet and stir until warmed through.

12 Sear the roast (again!): When you're done cooking the roast, lift the bag from the water and set it on a kitchen towel on the counter. Warm a tablespoon of oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat.

Open the bag with the roast; be careful not to spill any of the cooking liquid. Use tongs to lift the roast from the bag and transfer it to a cutting board. Pat it dry on all sides.

Transfer the roast to the hot skillet and sear on all sides, 2 to 3 minutes per side, until the outside is very crusty. Add more oil as needed to the pan. Once seared, set the roast on a cutting board until ready to slice.

13 Strain the "jus": While the roast sears, strain the cooking liquid ("jus") into a measuring cup. Taste and add salt or pepper if needed. If the jus seems overly concentrated to you, add a little water to thin it out again.

Use a little of the jus to deglaze the pan after searing the roast, if you like.

Transfer the jus to individual cups for serving.

14 Toast the French rolls: Warm the oven to 400F. Open up all the French rolls and arrange them in a single layer on a baking sheet with the cut sides facing up. Toast in the hot oven until they are warm and feel crispy when you press the surface of the bread, about 5 minutes. Remove from the oven, but leave the oven on.

If you like, spoon a little of the beef jus over the bottom buns for flavor.

15 Slice the beef: Use a sharp chef's knife and slice the beef against the grain as thinly as possible.

16 Assemble the sandwiches: Pile slices of beef on the bottom half of the rolls. The meat should divide equally between all the rolls, but you may have some leftover.

Top each pile of beef with some onions and a slice or two of cheese, if desired.

17 Broil the sandwiches: Set aside the tops of the buns so they don't burn. Switch the oven to "broil" and slide the pan of sandwiches under the broiler. Broil until the cheese starts to melt, about 1 minute.

18 Serve the sandwiches: Top each sandwich with the top bun. Serve with the jus alongside for dipping. (Refrigerate leftovers and consume within 3 to 4 days, or freeze for up to 3 months.)


Sous Vide Sandwiches

Sandwiches are perhaps one of the most popular foods around. These are convenient, easy to eat and filling. Of course, the best sandwiches are those that go beyond your usual bottled spread in between two pieces of bread. A truly good sandwich will have a combination of condiments, sauces, cheese, salad vegetables and a good piece of meat. While most choose to buy readymade sandwich meat in the form of deli products, these can also be made at home.

There are many different sandwich meat fillings that can prepared at home. Some of the more common ones include hamburger patties, pulled pork and steak. Some of the biggest challenges that come with making homemade sandwich fillings are getting the meat cooked just right and making it tender. Since sandwiches are generally dry, it is always good to have a juicy piece of meat that is easy to bite and chew.

Most of the traditional cooking methods used for preparing sandwich fillings may turn the meat dry, lack tenderizing power or are simply too time consuming. Using sous vide to prepare sandwich fillings is an easy way to ensure that all of these problems are dealt with. A versatile non-traditional cooking method, sous vide can be used on all types of meat, poultry, fish and seafood making it appropriate no matter what kind of sandwich is being made.

It is a good way to cook hamburger patties, pulled pork, corned beef, pastrami, chicken fillets and more since it makes it tender without losing any moisture or flavor. Pork sous vide should be held at 130°F / 54.4°C to 139°F / 59.4°C, while beef sous vide is held at 140°F / 60°C to 149°F / 65°C. Chicken is done between 140°F / 60°C and 170°F / 77°C for 1 to 2 days depending on what part is being cooked and the desired doneness. Sous vide is also a good for preparing sandwich fillings ahead of time and keeping them for future use.


Confession time &ndash I&rsquom not a big fan of beets. But I could be convinced with this easy recipe which offers a new way to cook the earthy, sweet veg.

One big benefit to using the sous vide is that it eliminates the need to prep your beets.

If you&rsquove ever peeled and sliced fresh beets you know they can turn your kitchen into a crime scene faster than you can say, &ldquowill these red stains wash off?&rdquo

Here you just wash, trim, and cut your beets before dumping them in their bag and letting them simmer for a few hours.

When they&rsquore done, the peel should slip right off.


Sous Vide French Dip Sandwiches Recipe

  • Prep time: 45 minutes
  • Cook time:
  • Cook time: 18 to 24 hours
  • Yield: 6 to 8 sandwiches

Look for top or bottom round roast for this recipe since these cuts are less fatty and easier to cut into thin slices. Use chuck roast if round roast can't be found and cut thicker slices.

The roast from this recipe is also fantastic for lunch sandwiches, tacos, salads, and any other recipe calling for tender slices of steak or beef.

Instead of doing the second sear on the stovetop, try grilling it! This gives the meat a nice smoky flavor.

Make-ahead instructions: Cook the roast as per the recipe through the end of the sous vide cook time. Lift the roast from the water and transfer it to a bowl of cold water to cool it down. Once cooled, refrigerate until ready to serve. Re-warm in a 140F sous vide bath for an hour or so, then continue with searing the roast and assembling the sandwiches.


The 25 Best Sous Vide Recipes for Perfectly Cooked Meat and Veggies, Every Time

A sous vide machine may look fancy, but it&rsquos actually super simple to use. That means that our favorite sous vide recipes are actually easy to make. The ingenious machine can be used to make almost anything and leads to fantastic, foolproof results. Tough cuts of meat turn ridiculously tender and juicy, while delicate foods (such as egg recipes and custards) maintain their precious texture right up until the point when you&rsquore ready to eat. Plus, using your vacuum sealer (which you&rsquoll need to sous vide) for food storage or freezing leftovers increases their shelf life and avoids freezer burn.

But first thing&rsquos first: What is a sous vide cooker? The sous vide machine cooks food in a water bath at a controlled temperature, helping to cook your food to the ideal level of doneness. Think: perfectly medium-rare steak or never-dry chicken breast. First, the food is vacuum-sealed in a bag or jar (pro tip: season your food with spices, marinades or aromatics before it goes into the vacuum sealer), then the bag is lowered into a pot of water, which is heated using the sous vide. The machine maintains the temperature of the water, making this a completely hands-off cooking method. Just set the temperature, lower the food into the water, and walk away.

While we love to use this new-school cooking method for next-level steaks and poultry, it also works for fish and vegetables. Fish has never been flakier than in a sous vide machine, and vegetables maintain their freshness as if they&rsquove just been plucked from the ground. There&rsquos so much the sous vide can do, and our round-up of beginner-friendly recipes is a great place to start.


French Dip Sandwiches Recipe on the Grill

There is nothing more iconic than the French Dip and using your grill to take these sandwiches to the next level will elevate grilling status to whole new heights. French Dip Sandwiches on the grill are ideal for a delicious dinner when served with a salad and maybe some chips or fries. You can always make the roast ahead of time and do the final sear on the grill at the big game too. French dips are great for tailgating. Sear and slice, then heat the sandwiches on the BBQ until the cheese is melty. No one can say no to that.

French Dip Sandwiches Recipe on the Grill

Ingredients

Directions

Photos

beef top or bottom round roast

dry red wine like shiraz or merlot

Spanish onions, thinly sliced

rolls or baguette that are crisp outside and fluffy inside

Sliced swiss cheese or aged sharp cheddar

There are two ways you can go about creating the most amazing sandwich experience of your life. One is using a sous vide cooker and the other is to slow roast your meat. Whichever way you choose to make this meal, you will find yourself quite satisfied.

  1. Trim the beef and season. Place your sous vide cooker into a pot with water and set the unit to heat to 136°F. At this time, you also want to preheat your sear station to high.
  2. Sear the roast on all sides using your SIZZLE ZONE side burner.
  3. Allow the meat to cool a little before placing it into a heavy-duty zip bag or sous vide bag. Add beef broth, wine, garlic, and bay leaf. Seal the bag almost entirely, then submerge the bagged roast into the water, using the water pressure to remove the air from the bag. Place plastic wrap over the water, or a tea towel, to prevent splashing and evaporation. **If you do not have a sous vide unit please refer to the notes below.
  4. Cook the roast using your sous vide cooker for 24 hours. 24 hours will give you the perfect texture.
  5. At any point, you can caramelize the onions. This process takes between 10 and 45 minutes, depending on your preference. Melt the butter over low heat and add the onions and shallots, gently cooking them until they are a deep brown color and super soft. Just before they’re done, add the garlic. Remove the onions from the pan and deglaze it with 2 to 4 tbsp. of wine.
  6. When the meat is done carefully remove it from the water bath, then the meat from the bag. Pour the juices and remaining liquid from deglazing the onions through a fine-mesh sieve.
  7. Preheat your sear station side burner to high once more. You should also preheat your main grill to medium-low, around 300 to 350°F using indirect heat. You can turn the SIZZLE ZONE to low and place the au jus in a saucepan to heat now if you would like.
  8. Sear the beef once more over high heat – you may need to pat it dry to get a good crust. Once seared, move the meat to a cutting board and slice super thin.
  9. On a baking sheet, assemble the sandwiches. Liberally spread the horseradish mayo, add a generous helping of caramelized onions, a heap of delicious meat, and top it all with thinly sliced cheese. Bake the sandwiches until the cheese has melted. Serve your amazing French Dip sandwiches with the warm au jus and your favorite sides.

** NOTES
If you do not have a sous vide cooker, you can slow roast your meat on the barbecue or in the oven. Prepare using steps 1 and 2. For step 3, preheat your grill to 325°F. Place your roast onto a raised rack like Napoleon’s PRO Stainless Steel Rib/Roast Rack and place a pan underneath. Fill the pan with the broth and wine, add the garlic and bay leaf. Roast using indirect heat for 3 to 4 hours, or until an internal temperature of about 135°F. Rest for at least 10 minutes once done. Continue with steps 5 through 9.

Over the summer I visited Scotland, I know, a strange place to find the most amazing French Dip Sandwiches. Since then, I have wanted to recreate this recipe on the grill. Imagine yourself driving over hills and dales taking in the farmland and seeing the Speyside region – home to many of Scotland’s Distilleries. After taking in the Cardhu tour, our guide for the day took us to a hidden gem The Mash Tun in Aberlour. It was there that I enjoyed a beef dip as I never had before. If you find yourself there, I highly recommend the Beef Sandwich and definitely finish it off with their Sticky Toffee Pudding. However, until you take in the sights of the Speyside region of Scotland, make your own delicious, and tailgate ready, French Dip Sandwiches on the grill. What is your favorite BBQ’ed sandwich? Share your recipes, stories, and photos to our social pages like Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #BBQsandwich and #NapoleonGrill.


The BEST EVER Tastiest Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches

So far I have been able to resist the sirens call to purchase more kitchen appliances. I walked away from the bread machine, and I’ve resisted the urge to purchase an Insta-Pot or an air fryer. But the one kitchen appliance that I did succumb to and is actually the most used small appliance in my kitchen, is my slow cooker. Over the years it’s the one appliance that I pull out over and over and over again.

A huge shout out to Jennifer at carlsbadcravings.com for the inspiration for this truly delectable slow cooker recipe. I used her recipe for the au jus dipping sauce. Yes the list of herbs and spices is rather long, but it’s definitely worth it. The result is a flavor packed au jus that pairs perfectly with the tender and flavorful beef.

We enjoy a little spicy heat so I added a couple secret ingredients to her recipe for a little punch of spicy heat that is a lovey surprise with every bite.

Is your mouth watering yet? Well it should be! This easy recipe makes a regular appearance on my dinner rotation. Not only is it flavorful, everyone loves it, and it’s an easy to make meal that you can pull off even on a busy weeknight after a long day at work.

Serve these sandwiches with a side of macaroni salad, creamy coleslaw or make one of our favorites…this easy to make kid’s favorite, an easy, extra creamy, stovetop, Mac & Cheese . Let’s face it, you can never go wrong with Mac & Cheese .

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Sous Vide Hamburgers Recipe

Grilled hamburgers are something I look forward to every year. The combination of the beef, cheese, bun, and sauce is always amazing. The only downside is that I prefer medium-rare burgers which means I have to grind my own meat, something that can be time consuming. Luckily, when you use a sous vide recipe, you can cook your hamburgers long enough to pasteurize them so you can enjoy medium-rare burgers with minimal effort.

French Dip Sandwiches Recipe on the Grill

There is nothing more iconic than the French Dip and using your grill to take these sandwiches to the next level will elevate grilling status to whole new heights. French Dip Sandwiches on the grill are ideal for a delicious dinner when served with a salad and maybe some chips or fries. You can always make the roast ahead of time and do the final sear on the grill at the big game too. French dips are great for tailgating. Sear and slice, then heat the sandwiches on the BBQ until the cheese is melty. No one can say no to that.

French Dip Sandwiches Recipe on the Grill

Ingredients

Directions

Photos

beef top or bottom round roast

dry red wine like shiraz or merlot

Spanish onions, thinly sliced

rolls or baguette that are crisp outside and fluffy inside

Sliced swiss cheese or aged sharp cheddar

There are two ways you can go about creating the most amazing sandwich experience of your life. One is using a sous vide cooker and the other is to slow roast your meat. Whichever way you choose to make this meal, you will find yourself quite satisfied.

  1. Trim the beef and season. Place your sous vide cooker into a pot with water and set the unit to heat to 136°F. At this time, you also want to preheat your sear station to high.
  2. Sear the roast on all sides using your SIZZLE ZONE side burner.
  3. Allow the meat to cool a little before placing it into a heavy-duty zip bag or sous vide bag. Add beef broth, wine, garlic, and bay leaf. Seal the bag almost entirely, then submerge the bagged roast into the water, using the water pressure to remove the air from the bag. Place plastic wrap over the water, or a tea towel, to prevent splashing and evaporation. **If you do not have a sous vide unit please refer to the notes below.
  4. Cook the roast using your sous vide cooker for 24 hours. 24 hours will give you the perfect texture.
  5. At any point, you can caramelize the onions. This process takes between 10 and 45 minutes, depending on your preference. Melt the butter over low heat and add the onions and shallots, gently cooking them until they are a deep brown color and super soft. Just before they’re done, add the garlic. Remove the onions from the pan and deglaze it with 2 to 4 tbsp. of wine.
  6. When the meat is done carefully remove it from the water bath, then the meat from the bag. Pour the juices and remaining liquid from deglazing the onions through a fine-mesh sieve.
  7. Preheat your sear station side burner to high once more. You should also preheat your main grill to medium-low, around 300 to 350°F using indirect heat. You can turn the SIZZLE ZONE to low and place the au jus in a saucepan to heat now if you would like.
  8. Sear the beef once more over high heat – you may need to pat it dry to get a good crust. Once seared, move the meat to a cutting board and slice super thin.
  9. On a baking sheet, assemble the sandwiches. Liberally spread the horseradish mayo, add a generous helping of caramelized onions, a heap of delicious meat, and top it all with thinly sliced cheese. Bake the sandwiches until the cheese has melted. Serve your amazing French Dip sandwiches with the warm au jus and your favorite sides.

** NOTES
If you do not have a sous vide cooker, you can slow roast your meat on the barbecue or in the oven. Prepare using steps 1 and 2. For step 3, preheat your grill to 325°F. Place your roast onto a raised rack like Napoleon’s PRO Stainless Steel Rib/Roast Rack and place a pan underneath. Fill the pan with the broth and wine, add the garlic and bay leaf. Roast using indirect heat for 3 to 4 hours, or until an internal temperature of about 135°F. Rest for at least 10 minutes once done. Continue with steps 5 through 9.

Over the summer I visited Scotland, I know, a strange place to find the most amazing French Dip Sandwiches. Since then, I have wanted to recreate this recipe on the grill. Imagine yourself driving over hills and dales taking in the farmland and seeing the Speyside region – home to many of Scotland’s Distilleries. After taking in the Cardhu tour, our guide for the day took us to a hidden gem The Mash Tun in Aberlour. It was there that I enjoyed a beef dip as I never had before. If you find yourself there, I highly recommend the Beef Sandwich and definitely finish it off with their Sticky Toffee Pudding. However, until you take in the sights of the Speyside region of Scotland, make your own delicious, and tailgate ready, French Dip Sandwiches on the grill. What is your favorite BBQ’ed sandwich? Share your recipes, stories, and photos to our social pages like Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #BBQsandwich and #NapoleonGrill.


Sous vide roast beef recipe video

Directions for DIY Roast Beef

Season the roast beef with garlic and herb seasoning. I used 2 Tablespoons. Place the beef in a bag and vacuum seal.

Set the temperature of the water bath to 133°F. Once the water comes to temperature, drop in the roast.

I cooked the roast for 10 hours at 133°F for a 1.5 lb roast.

Once the roast is finished, you can slice it right away and eat with mashed potatoes and gravy. Searing it to get a nice bown color on the outside is optional. I didn't sear my roast, sincce I knew I would be slicing it thinly for sandwiches.

You can also chill the roast first to make slicing easier.

This roast beef is much better than and cheaper than deli roast beef that can cost $8 per pound.


Hy-Vee Recipes and Ideas

These quick and easy sandwiches make for a crowd-pleasing lunch or dinner.

Recipe Tags

Servings and Ingredients

Ingredients

Things To Grab

  • Broiler
  • Large saucepan
  • Large baking sheet
  • Slotted spoon
  • Small bowls for broth

Directions

Preheat broiler on HIGH. Combine beef broth, onion powder, and beef bouillon granules in a large saucepan. Bring to a boil add roast beef. Simmer for 5 minutes, or until heated through.

Meanwhile, split hoagie buns spread each bun with 1/2 tablespoon butter. Place buns, buttered sides up, on a baking sheet. Broil 5-inches from heat for 30 to 60 seconds or until toasted.

To serve, remove beef from broth with a slotted spoon and place in buns. Top with halved slices of Swiss cheese. Ladle broth into small bowls for dipping.


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