Sous Vide Octopus and Fennel with Blood Orange and White Beans

Sous Vide Octopus and Fennel with Blood Orange and White Beans

In search of spring, this dish partners octopus with unexpected ingredients, sure to make you reconsider this not so common seafood. If you have ever had octopus at a restaurant, you have probably had it served with a Mediterranean flair, with rich olive oil, tomatoes, capers and olives – all absolutely delectable accouterments to this versatile meat. However, because of its versatility, it can take well to many flavours. Here I opted for a more sweet and rich iteration while still attempting to keep it fresh and light. 

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Sous Vide Gochujang and Garlic Wings

Sous Vide Gochujang and Garlic Wings

I spent some time over the holidays going through some older recipes and blog metrics and found out that my ‘Sous Vide Chicken Wings’ post was by far my most popular post, so I decided to revisit it, but with a twist! In this recipe, I used gochujang, a Korean staple ingredient made of fermented soybeans, glutinous rice and chili peppers. It is fantastic! Packed with umami, sweetness and a little kick from the chilies, it’s a must-have ingredient in any pantry. It is typically used in soups, stews and marinade for a traditional Korean barbecue, and that is where the inspiration for this recipe came from.

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