Happy Egg Sammich Monday! You are going to notice a common theme in the next few recipes, chipotle in adobo. A small can goes a long way, so when I used it to make my Smoked Red Chimichurri. I still had quite a bit left over. I absolutely love the stuff, Bobby Flay has definitely got me hooked on it (Since he seems to use it in every recipe). So, naturally, I hate using a little bit of it and throwing it away. Usually what I do is just buy a can, puree it and then keep it in the fridge for other purposes. It adds a wonderful smokiness and heat to anything you are making. So, without further ado, Episode 3 of Egg Sammich Monday, I bring to you the Southwest Eggie!
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Sous Vide...I love it...it's my favorite cooking method. It produces the most amazing, consistent results. So, of course when I am asked to come up with a sous vide recipe, I jump at the opportunity, because I get to do something different! I saw the other day a picture of a steak with a beautiful, vibrant, green chimichurri sauce...a sauce just alive with color. I look out the window and all I see are grey skies, snow, cold and basically death. I decided that I was going to stick it to old man winter and make something summery like beef kabobs with chimichurri sauce. That's right, I'm tired of you winter, I refuse to succumb with my tail between my legs and make some kind of soup (Not that there is anything wrong with soup). Of course, old man winter responds with more snow...thanks jerk!
Dueling Water Baths
**Note: Of course sous vide is not required for these recipes. You can grill the beef kabobs and you can roast the fingerling potatoes**