Many cuisines in the world are based on slow cooking. If you go and ask any famous chef what is the secret of an amazing meal they will sell innovation, knowing your ingredients and cooking time. Cooking time can often determine whether the meat is tender or rough. And not just that, if you cook the meet on higher temperature the meat loses most of the juices. When you treat the meat on lover temperature for longer time it becomes tender and it retains all its juices. This is the exact result of this Sous Vide 72 Hour Short Ribs Recipe.
Sous Vide 72 Hour Short Ribs Recipe
- 6 pounds beef short ribs
- 8 cloves garlic crushed
- 2 tablespoons smoked salt
Heat water in a sous-vide water bath to 133 degrees F (56 degrees C).
Trim any areas of fat left on short ribs; coat thoroughly with garlic and salt. Place ribs into a large, sealable plastic bag. Seal, on low pressure if using a vacuum sealer, removing as much air as possible.
Submerge bag fully in the water bath and cook, rotating every 12 to 18 hours, for 60 hours. Increase heat to 144.5 degrees F (62.5 degrees C) and cook an additional 12 hours.
Remove ribs from water bath; let rest in bag on cooling rack placed over baking sheet until cool enough to handle.
Remove ribs from bag and drain. Turn ribs bone-side up on a work surface and slice meat between bones lengthwise to separate ribs. Cut membrane running along the length of the rib; slide bone loose from the meat. Trim any excess fat and cut into serving portions.
Pat ribs dry with paper towels; return to cooling rack-lined baking sheet. Heat a skillet until smoking hot; brown ribs quickly, 30 seconds to 1 minute per side.
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