- Water as needed
- Lamb Chops (or petit lamb chops) 4
- Kosher Salt as needed
- Black Pepper (freshly cracked) as needed
- Unsalted Butter 1 tbsp
- High Heat Oil (grapeseed, vegetable, canola) 2 tbsp
- Rosemary 1 sprig
- Fleur de Sel as needed
Cooking Steps 1/ Prep Cooking
Prepare the Probe
Insert the probe into the clip attached to the side of the pot making sure it doesn't touch the bottom.
Measure and Add Water Into the Cookware
Fill the pot up to the bottom of the bracket.
1. Connect the Cookware
Turn the burner on and place the cookware on it. Tap the cookware twice until the Cue symbol apears on the cooktop. Select Slow Cooking/ Sous Vide and set the temperature to 52°C for rare, 54°C for medium rare, 60°C for medium, 66°C for medium well, 71°C for well done
2. Season the Lamb Chops
While the water comes up to temperature, moderately season each chop with salt and pepper. Place three to four chops in a sous vide plastic bag with rosemary and butter. You may use regular chops or bone cut also known as petit lamb chops.
|Lamb Chops (or petit lamb chops)||4|
|Kosher Salt||as needed|
|Black Pepper||as needed|
|Unsalted Butter||1 Tbsp.|
3. Vacuum Seal the Chops in a Bag
Place the bag into the vacuum chamber and seal on Vacuum Level 3/ Seal Level 3.
4. Add and Sous Vide the Chops
Add the bag with the lamb chops to the water bath making sure it doesn't touch the probe. Cook the chops for 45 minutes (regardless of selected doneness).
5. Remove the Chops
Transfer the lamb chops to a plate lined with paper towels and set aside.
6. Thoroughly Dry the Chops
Using paper towels, thoroughly dry each chop. Allow the chops to cool for up to 10 minutes to ensure they don't overcook in the searing step.
7. Connect the Cookware
Turn the burner on and place the cookware on it. Tap the cookware twice until the Cue symbol apears on the cooktop. Select Heating up and Frying and set the temperature to 225°C.
8. Add the Oil to the Smart Pan
Tilt the cookware to coat evenly.
|High Heat Oil (grapeseed, vegetable, canola)||2 Tbsp.|
9. Dry the Lamb one More Time
Use paper towels to dry the lamb again. The less moisture on the surface of your lamb, the better the sear will be.
10. Add and Sear the Chops
Carefully add three to four chops to the pan, pressing down lightly to ensure even contact. Sear the first side for 45 seconds.
11. Flip and Continue Searing the Chops
Flip the lamb chops on their second side and sear for 30 seconds.
12. Flip on the Fat Side and Finish Searing the Lamb Chops
Flip the lamb chops on the fatty side and allo the fat to render and crisp up for about 30 seconds.
13. Remove the Chops
Remove the lamb chops and transfer them to a paper towel-lined plate. Drain the excess oil to sear more lamb chops or turn the burner off.
14. Rest the Lamb Chops
Rest each chop for at least 6 minutes to allow the juices to redistribute.
15. Season and Serve the Lamb
Season the lamb chops with fleur de sel to finish and serve with your favorite side.
|Fleur de Sel||as needed|
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