Shrimp are quick cooking and easy to prepare with Suvie. You can sous vide, roast, or broil your shrimp. For a complete list of shrimp recipes, click here

How To Sous Vide Shrimp in Suvie

In general, shrimp don’t need long to cook, and that’s true for sous vide cooking as well. We recommend sou viding shrimp for 30 to 60 minutes for the best results. If you plan to broil or sear your shrimp after sous viding, we recommend cooking at 125°F. If you plan to serve your shrimp immediately after sous viding, we recommend cooking it at 130°F. Note that selecting a time and temperature for the bottom zone will automatically apply the same settings to the top zone. Suvie does not allow for different times and temperatures when sous viding.

1)  Vacuum seal your shrimp, place in a Suvie pan, and cover completely with water. 

2) Select “Sous Vide” on the display screen. 

3) The best temperature to sous vide shrimp is between 125°F and 135°F for 30 to 45 minutes. Select the time and temperature, keeping in mind that if you plan to broil or sear your shrimp after sous viding, you may want to select a lower temperature.

4) Input settings, and cook now or schedule. If cooking from frozen, be sure to select “Yes” when asked if cooking from frozen.

125°F 30- 45 minutesVery tender and juicy
130°F 30- 45 minutesSlightly firm
135°F 30- 45 minutesFirm 

5) After cooking, pour off water from pans, and gently remove fish from vacuum packaging. 

How to Roast or Broil Shrimp in Suvie

Prefer to cook your shrimp quickly? In addition to sous viding your shrimp, you can also roast it or broil it. For the best results we recommend cooking shrimp on a greased Suvie roasting rack set inside a Suvie pan. We recommend the following settings:

roast shrimp at 400°F for 10 minutes

broil shrimp for 8 minutes, flipping halfway through cooking. 

How to Slow Cook Shrimp 

For saucy, soupy applications, shrimp can also be slow cooked at a low temperature for no more than an hour. You can either add the shrimp and cook for the full hour, or add the shrimp during the last 15 minutes of cooking. Try our Peri Peri Shrimp recipe or Shrimp Risotto recipe to get started.

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