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Janky
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Sous Vide question
I put a prime NY strip in the sous vide and now it is done. Can I put in the fridge and sear it up tomorrow? Thanks.


JodyPlauche
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Can I put in the fridge and sear it up tomorrow?


I'm sure you can but why?


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htran90
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Yes, I've done it before because we cooked one too many. I just re-warm it again tomorrow and then sear it. Tastes the same


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ruzil
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Put it in an ice bath to. cool it, then put in the fridge. When you are ready to sear it, put it back in the sous vide to bring it up to internal temp then sear.


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Yep, ice bath first. Never simply put anything directly into the fridge.


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ThreeBonesCater
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Definitely, I always do. If the steak is at temp and you cook it longer it goes over. Chill first, then sear back to temp.


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ruzil
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If the steak is at temp and you cook it longer it goes over


One of the advantages of SV cooking is that the item you are cooking will never get to an internal temp greater than what you set, no matter how long you cook it for. Now, the texture may change somewhat, which could be a good or bad thing depending on what you are trying to do.

Ice bath to rapidly cool is a must if you want to adhere to food safety principles.


ThreeBonesCater
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If you pull the steak at 130 and sear immediately it will overshoot. Ice bath is fine but if you put the steak in the bottom of the fridge it will chill within an hour or so and be perfectly safe.


ruzil
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Ice bath is fine but if you put the steak in the bottom of the fridge it will chill within an hour or so and be perfectly safe.


If that works for you, fine. You only need to get food poisoning once to motivate yourself to never want it again. I like the ice bath method to quickly cool things off.

I do think your method would work for a single steak, but I don't like to leave things to chance.


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ruzil
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If you pull the steak at 130 and sear immediately it will overshoot.


Sounds like you need to set the SV at a lower temperature.


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Degas
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if you put the steak in the bottom of the fridge it will chill within an hour or so and be perfectly safe
Deep fried frozen turkeys work too.


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