Yes, you can! Cooking in glass containers with your sous vide equipment has many benefits, including the ability to see inside the container as your food cooks and the ease of cleaning up afterward. When cooking cuts of meat, chicken, steak, fish, or other similar solid foods you should be using a plastic bag. For liquids, or other items which you can eat out of the jar, go with a mason jar.
Be sure to choose a container that is heat-resistant and made of tempered glass. Avoid using thin or flimsy glass containers as they may crack or shatter during cooking. It's best to use a container that has straight sides and is deep enough to hold enough water for sous vide cooking. Mason jars are a popular choice for sous vide cooking in glass containers.
Instant Sous Vide Buying Guide
The Instant Accu Slim Sous Vide is designed for cooks who want to create restaurant-quality dishes at home. With precision heat to hit target temperatures every time. With our sous vide, you can create nutritious and delicious meals. The motor is powerful yet quiet, and automatically stops when removed from water. It’s durable and easy to maintain, with a removable stainless-steel skirt and full waterproof case
Instant Pot 800W Accu Slim Sous Vide Precision Cooker
The Instant Pot 800W Accu Slim Sous Vide Precision Cooker is an easy-to-use, powerful and accurate cooker that delivers restaurant-quality dishes. It features a tilted LED display with digital touchscreen and color-coded status indicator, quick clamp for easy attachment to cooking vessels, fast heating element to quickly bring water to desired temperatures and a non-slip rubber handle for an easy grip. It is also waterproof making it safe from accidental immersion.
Why People Love This
- Perfectly cooks a variety of dishes with precision
- Simple and easy to use touch buttons
- Spring load clamp for convenience
- Budget friendly option for sous vide cooking
- Quiet operation