Sous Vide Pork Chop on Paragon

Introduction: Sous Vide Pork Chop on Paragon

Watch us cook a pork chop to perfection using the sous vide method on our Paragon Induction Cooktop. Paragon allow you to precisely control the temperature of your food so you get amazing results every time.

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Step 1: Let's Get Cookin'

Open the FirstBuild app and select the desired settings for your pork chop (based on personal taste and size of pork chop).

Step 2: Let There Be Heat

Press Rapid Precise on your Paragon cooktop and then press Start to begin heating.

Step 3: Add Seasoning

Season your meat with salt, pepper, and anything else you'd like. Flip over and season again.

Step 4: Airtight Is Right

Place the pork chop in an airtight bag or a plastic bag that you can squeeze the air out of. Add oil or butter (if desired), seal the bag, then place it in the water bath (once it has reached the correct temperature).

Step 5: Almost There...

Once the app tells you your food is ready, remove the pork chop from the bag and set aside.

Step 6: Be Sear-ious

Now it's time to replace that pot with a pan. Press stop on the cooktop, then direct, then start (making sure the heat level is on "10"). Add oil or butter to the pan. When it's hot, sear your pork chop on both sides. Remove from the pan and turn your cooktop off.

Step 7: Let's Eat

You should now have a juicy and delicious pork chop. So all you have to do is serve and enjoy!

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    3 Discussions


    3 years ago

    Lovely little video clip, very concise.
    Would have been nice to have a close-up at the end but this isn't a criticism.

    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    Great cooking tutorial. Thanks for sharing with the community.


    Reply 3 years ago

    Thanks! We're definitely just getting started.