Sous Vide Japanese Savory Egg Custard
Japanese Chawanmushi (savory egg custard) is one of my favorite comfort dishes and I never ever thought I’d be able to make it as good as a restaurant. Now, with the Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker, my wife says she loves my chawammushi better than any restaurant we go to.
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It's transformed this mediocre, too busy with work, occasional cook into someone confident enough to share dishes at family events. Proud to be an #anovafoodnerd. Thank you Anova!
Prep Time: 00:10
Recipe Time: 01:00
176F / 80C
- 4 Large Eggs, cold
- 2 Cups chicken broth (egg to broth ratio is 1 ml :2.5 ml)
- 2 Tablespoons Shiro Dashi (Japanese Soup Base) [optional]
- 1 Teaspoon Fish Sauce or Soy Sauce [optional]
- Set your Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker to 176ºF / 80.0ºC
- Add chicken broth and optional condiments to a large bowl. Crack eggs into bowl and gently whisk together thoroughly. Strain the mixture and then pour into small heat-safe containers or mason jars.
- Wrap each container tightly with Seran-wrap if not using mason jars with lid. Place a trivet to elevate containers so the tops of the jars remain above waterline to prevent seepage.
- Carefully add containers to the water bath. Containers should be submerged in enough water to reach level of contents inside. Sous vide for 1 hour.
- Ready to serve and to eat. You may top the egg custard with many toppings including, crab, salmon roe, or even uni (sea urchin).