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Those chops are one of my favorite things to reverse sear with the sous vide. They are so delicious and moist.
I buy a bunch when they are on sale and then individually vacuum pack them with aromatics and put them in the freezer. Thyme gives a great flavor, but I often also add rosemary and/or sage leaves. Toss one in the sous vide for 60-90 mins whenever I’m in the mood for it, and then pan sear a nice crust on it in cast iron. Finish it by basting in a brown butter with the aromatics and some fresh garlic cloves. Turns out amazing - every time.

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I buy a bunch when they are on sale and then individually vacuum pack them with aromatics and put them in the freezer. Thyme gives a great flavor, but I often also add rosemary and/or sage leaves. Toss one in the sous vide for 60-90 mins whenever I’m in the mood for it, and then pan sear a nice crust on it in cast iron. Finish it by basting in a brown butter with the aromatics and some fresh garlic cloves. Turns out amazing - every time.

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What temp are you cooking them at?
 
I buy a bunch when they are on sale and then individually vacuum pack them with aromatics and put them in the freezer. Thyme gives a great flavor, but I often also add rosemary and/or sage leaves. Toss one in the sous vide for 60-90 mins whenever I’m in the mood for it, and then pan sear a nice crust on it in cast iron. Finish it by basting in a brown butter with the aromatics and some fresh garlic cloves. Turns out amazing - every time.

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that description may have finally convinced me to get a sous vide apparatus
 
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