SEATTLE, March 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sansaire heated up the sous vide cooking movement in the United States with its innovative immersion circulator. With the introduction of the Sansaire™ Searing Kit and Sansaire™ Steak Aging Sauce, the company is now providing everything needed for home cooks to prepare delicious, picture-perfect meals, without the stress of split-second timing required by traditional cooking.
Attendees are encouraged to see and taste first-hand how sous vide cooking can up their culinary skills at Booth #12022 Lakeside Center, Wired + Well.
"We want home chefs to feel inspired and empowered," said Scott Heimendinger, Sansaire Co-Founder and CMO. "Cooking sous vide is effortless. Because your food won't overcook if it stays in the water bath, you get to spend more time with guests, and dinner is ready to serve whenever you are."
Are your friends running late? No problem. Want another glass of wine before the meal? Go ahead. "The pressure is off," Heimendinger added.
Sous vide is a cooking method that uses precise temperature control to achieve perfect, repeatable results that can't be replicated through any other method. Foods are cooked evenly from edge to edge, to the desired doneness – for example, medium-rare steak is perfectly cooked when the internal temperature reaches 54°C / 129°F.
The Sansaire Sous Vide Machine maintains the cooking temperature within 0.1 degrees with a stylish design, ideal for today's modern kitchen. Simply select the cooking temperature, turn the dial and let it do the work of cooking the meal. Adding just one tablespoon of Sansaire Steak Aging Sauce per pound before cooking lets you give any steak the complex flavor of 60-day dry aging. When you're ready to eat, the Sansaire Searing Kit's roaring 2200°F flame is a quick and dramatic way to create the delicious flavors that come from fire-roasting while the natural sugars in the sauce create a rich, golden crust.
"Not only will your guests be impressed with the effortless way in which you prepared the meal, but we've yet to witness an instance of someone using the Searing Kit that didn't end up on Instagram," added Heimendinger.
A wide variety of dishes can be cooked sous vide from meats, poultry, fish, eggs, vegetables and more, retaining nutrients in vegetables and using less fat without losing sacrificing flavor. This method also saves kitchen space, reduces clean-up, and works with cookware you already own.
The complete product line, available online and in specialty kitchen retailers, includes the Sansaire Sous Vide Machine ($199.99), Sansaire Searing Kit, which includes the Torch, 16 oz replaceable propane tank, searing rack and drip tray ($199.99) and the Sansaire Steak Aging Sauce, 8 oz bottle ($24.95).
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Based in Seattle, WA, Sansaire was co-founded by Lukas Svec and Scott Heimendinger, merging their passion for cooking, science, and tech. They launched as a Kickstarter campaign hitting their funding goal of $100,000 in the first 13 hours. By the end of the 30-day funding window, Sansaire had raised $823,003, setting the new record for the #1 most-funded food project in Kickstarter history. In January, 2014, just four months after finishing their Kickstarter campaign, Sansaire began shipping its innovative immersion circulator to thousands of customers in over 65 countries. Today, the product line has expanded to include the Sansaire Searing Kit and Sansaire Steak Aging Sauce. Follow Sansaire on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.