Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker
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The world’s best selling sous vide device just got better.
The all-new Anova Precision® Cooker with Wi-Fi— now with improved connectivity, more power, and water resistance, all in a smaller compact design. With the Anova Precision® Cooker you don’t have to be a chef to cook like one. The Anova Precision Cooker® makes it easy to achieve restaurant-quality cooking results at home. No complicated setup or additional tools needed. Follow the step-by-step recipes in the Anova Culinary companion app and cook perfectly cooked meals with the touch of a button, all while enjoying time with your family and friends. Mealtime has never been better. Cook like a pro with the Anova Precision® Cooker.
Works with any pot.
Attach the Precision Cooker to a pot of any size with the adjustable clamp. Set the time and temperature in the Anova app or use the Precision Cooker’s simple interface.
No other equipment needed.
Place food in a re-sealable bag and then clip the bag of food to the side of the pot. The Precision Cooker will cook your food to your perfect level of doneness.
Make it crispy.
Some people like to finish their cook by searing their food, throwing it on the grill, or by broiling it. This gives the food a nice, crispy outer layer.
No more overcooking. No more mediocre results.
The Anova Precision Cooker circulates water around the pot. The circulation prevents hot and cool spots from forming in the water to ensure an even temperature throughout your food. Food never overcooks. It’s just how you like it, every time.
What is sous vide cooking?
Once limited to the pros, sous vide (pronounced sue-veed) is a cooking technique that utilizes precise temperature control to deliver consistent, restaurant-quality results. High-end restaurants have been using sous vide cooking for years to cook food to the exact level of doneness desired, every time. The technique recently became popular for home cooks with the availability of affordable and easy-to-use sous vide precision cooking equipment like the Anova Precision® Cooker.
Sous vide, which means “under vacuum” in French, refers to the process of vacuum-sealing food in a bag, then cooking it to a very precise temperature in a water bath. This technique produces results that are impossible to achieve through any other cooking method.
Sous vide cooking is much easier than you might think, and usually involved three simple steps:
1. Attach your precision cooker to a pot of water and set the time and temperature according to your desired level of doneness.
2. Put your food in a sealable bag and clip it to the side of the pot.
3. Finish by searing, grilling, or broiling the food to add a crispy, golden exterior layer.
Why should I cook sous vide?
Sous vide cooking utilizes precise temperature control with circulation to produce results that you can’t achieve through any other cooking technique. The reason–when using traditional methods of cooking, you don’t have control over heat and temperature. Consequently, it’s very difficult and time consuming to consistently cook great food. Food ends up overcooked on the outside, with only a small portion in the center that is cooked to the temperature you want. Food loses flavor, overcooks easily, and ends up with a dry, chewy texture.
With precise temperature control in the kitchen, sous vide provides the following benefits:
Because you cook your food to a precise temperature for a precise amount of time, you can expect very consistent results.
Food cooks in its juices. This ensures that the food is moist, juicy and tender.
Traditionally prepared food dries out and results in waste. For example, on average, traditionally cooked steak loses up to 40% of its volume due to drying out. Steak cooked via precision cooking, loses none of its volume.
Traditional cooking can require your constant attention. Precision cooking brings food to an exact temperature and holds it. There is no worry about overcooking.
How are sous vide results better?
Sous vide provides down-to-the-degree control in the kitchen to deliver the most tender, flavorful food you’ve ever had. With Anova, it’s super simple to get restaurant-quality results from edge to edge.
What equipment do I need to cook sous vide?
It’s actually very affordable and easy to get started with sous vide cooking thanks to the recent availability of sous vide devices built for the home cook. You’ll need a few things:
A sous vide precision cooking device
Packaging for your food, like resealable bags or canning jars
A container to hold the water
Types of Sous Vide Machines
Sous vide equipment has existed for decades in professional kitchens around the world, but it has always been bulky, expensive, and overloaded with complex features. This type of equipment eventually made its way into high-end specialty retail shops, but remained limited to chefs and consumers with extensive culinary experience.
Cooking shows, social media, and online communities have furthered consumers’ knowledge of sous vide cooking, but it wasn’t until Anova released the first affordable and easy-to-use consumer device that sous vide became accessible to home cooks. There are now many sous vide options available to the home cook.
Below are a few types of equipment for you to consider when you’re ready to build your ultimate sous vide setup:
Sous Vide Immersion Circulator
The Anova Precision® Cooker is a standalone immersion circulator that heats water and circulates it around the pot to maintain precise temperatures evenly. Immersion circulators are an affordable and easy-to-use sous vide machine option. They do not come with a built-in water bath, so they take up very little space in your kitchen. Standalone sous vide devices don’t require additional equipment to get started because they clamp on and adjust to any pot you already own. The Anova Precision® Cooker is a sous vide immersion circulator. Other examples include ChefSteps Joule, Nomiku, and Sansaire.