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Perfectly juicy and tender Sous Vide Pork Chops are so flavorful from rosemary garlic seasoning, bacon slices, and a quick sear in butter. Cook pork chops sous vide for the best results every time!
- What is a Sous Vide Cooker?
- Cooking Pork Sous Vide
- Rosemary Garlic Seasoning
- What temperature do you sous vide pork chops?
- How long can pork chops stay in sous vide?
- Can you overcook sous vide boneless pork chops?
- Can I use bone-in chops?
- Freezer Pork Chops
- 📖 Sous Vide Recipes
- 📖 Pork Chop Recipes
- What to Do with Leftover Pork Chops
- 📌 Pin it for later!
- 📋 Recipe
What is a Sous Vide Cooker?
A Sous Vide Cooker cooks food vacuum-sealed in a water bath. This makes it easy to cook food to your desired degree of doneness with no chance of overcooking!
Sous vide cookers are also known as precision cookers or immersion cookers.
All you do is attach the machine to a pot of water, select the time and temperature, then place your food sealed in a bag in the pot of water to cook.
Cooking Pork Sous Vide
Pork dishes are some of my favorites to make, and recently I have been experimenting with using a sous vide machine. If you’ve ever made pork, then you know how vital it is to cook it to just the right temperature so it’s moist and tender and not dried out… and how difficult that can be!
Using sous vide cooker changes everything. I am obsessed with this gadget! It makes it impossible to overcook your pork and is totally hands-free until it’s done and ready to sear. Once I tried cooking sous vide boneless pork chops, I knew I could never go back.
And oh, the rosemary garlic seasoning and bacon! I know you’re going to love this recipe.
Rosemary Garlic Seasoning
My favorite seasoning to use with this recipe is Rosemary Garlic Seasoning. It complements the flavor of the dish perfectly and gives it such a beautiful sear!
Try our Rosemary Salt Seasoning Blend.
What temperature do you sous vide pork chops?
Our cooking temp for pork chops is 140°F. This will give you perfectly tender, juicy meat, and they only have to stay in the sous vide cooker for 1 hour. Easy!
How long can pork chops stay in sous vide?
They can stay in the water bath for up to 4 hours and will not overcook. They may become a little more tender, but will stay the same temperature throughout. That’s the magic of sous vide!
Can you overcook sous vide boneless pork chops?
The only chance of overcooking is if you sear for too long or if the temperature is set too high. Following our instructions, you will never overcook it using this method!
Can I use bone-in chops?
Yes, you can! You can follow the same instructions and sous vide bone-in pork chops if you prefer, with no changes to the recipe.
Freezer Pork Chops
Part of what makes cooking sous vide so amazing is that you do not have to thaw food to cook it.
Add 30 minutes to the cooking time, and you can cook your chops straight from frozen using this recipe.
📖 Sous Vide Recipes
📖 Pork Chop Recipes
What to Do with Leftover Pork Chops
Use leftovers to make our incredible Philly Pork Sandwich! This is my favorite way to use leftover pork chops. I first tried this sandwich in Philly and knew I had to make it at home. It’s delicious!
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Sous Vide Pork Chops
- 8 slices bacon 2 for each pork chop
- 4 boneless pork chops
- rosemary salt seasoning
- ½ stick butter
- 4 sprigs fresh rosemary optional
- Wrap 4 boneless pork chops in 2 strips of bacon each. Tuck 1 sprig of fresh rosemary underneath the bacon (optional). Season with Rosemary Salt Seasoning Blend thoroughly on all sides. Pat the seasoning down so it sticks.
- Place the seasoned chops in a zip-lock plastic bag with the air pressed out.
- Fill a bowl with water and add the sous vide machine set to 140°F. Clip the bag with the pork chops to the inside of the bowl, making sure it is fully submerged, and cook for 1 hour at this temperature.
- Once 1 hour is up, pull your pork chops out and heat a skillet over medium heat. Melt ½ stick butter in the skillet, then add your pork chops and sear on all sides. Spoon butter on top as they sear.
- You can cook pork chops straight from frozen. Add 30 minutes to the cooking time if you do!
- You can use boneless or bone-in chops. We prefer boneless.
- Pat your seasoning down so it sticks well.