Protein Plus Chicken Guide

This guide will help you prepare a delicious meal using your sous vide ready chicken and sauces. First we break down the best method for cooking your chicken and heating up your sauces in Suvie. Then we provide recommendations for vegetables, grains, and pastas that pair perfectly with your chicken and chef-crafted sauces. Lastly, we suggest our favorite combinations of sauces, vegetables, and starches to pair with your chicken to build a complete meal. 

Order your vacuum-sealed chicken and gourmet sauces directly from Suvie

For more information on temperature and cooking times for chicken, click here

Cooking Instructions

1) Place vacuum-sealed chicken into a Suvie pan and cover with water.

2) Insert the pan into the bottom zone of your Suvie. Input the following settings, and cook now or schedule. If cooking from frozen, be sure to select “Yes” when asked if cooking from frozen.

Suvie Cook Settings

Bottom Zone: Sous Vide at 155°F for 1 hour

3) After the cook, remove the chicken from its packaging and pat dry thoroughly. Pour sauce* into a Suvie pan and insert into the top zone of Suvie. Arrange chicken in a roasting rack set in a Suvie pan. 

4) Set the top zone of Suvie to Reheat Mode for 15 minutes and the bottom zone to Broil for 7 minutes or until chicken is browned and fragrant. 

5) Divide chicken between plates and serve with your selected sauce, or read on to learn how you can add your own vegetables and starches to build a complete meal. 

*We recommend heating the Thai Coconut, Cilantro Lime, Lemon Herb, Marinara, Pesto, and Vodka Sauce in your Suvie. The Teriyaki, BBQ, Garlic Herb Butter, and Honey Mustard Glaze taste best when drizzled directly onto the chicken before broiling. 

Vegetable and Starch Suggestions (not included in your order)

Looking to round out your chicken and sauce selections to create a complete meal? We have a roundup of all our favorite vegetables and starches that pair best with our delicious chicken.  

The best way to cook vegetables in your Suvie is to use the Broil or Roast Modes. Toss 10-12 oz (about 2 cups) vegetables with 1 tbsp olive oil and season to taste with salt and pepper. Place in a Suvie pan and input the following settings based on your vegetable selection. 

– Asparagus: Broil for 15 minutes 

– Broccoli Florets: Broil for 15 minutes 

– Brussels Sprouts, halved: Broil for 20 minutes 

– Cauliflower Florets: Broil for 20 minutes 

– Green Beans: Roast at 350°F for 20 minutes

– Peppers and Onions, Sliced: Roast at 350°F for 20 minutes

– Snow Peas: Roast at 350°F for 15 minutes

– Zucchini and Summer Squash Slices: Roast at 400°F for 25 minutes 

Putting It All Together

Ready to create your meal? Here are our top 5 recommendations for the most delicious chicken meals. We supply the sauce and the chicken. You provide the vegetables and starches. Follow our cooking instructions above for the chicken, vegetables, and sauces; pair them with precooked starches. 

Chicken and Penne in Vodka Sauce with Green Beans 

Honey Mustard Glazed Chicken with Roasted Broccoli and Baby Potatoes 

Pesto Chicken with Israeli Couscous and Roast Cauliflower

Chile Verde Chicken with Brown Rice, Broccoli, and Melted Cheddar 

Thai Coconut Chicken with Snow Peas and Jasmine Rice 

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2 years ago

If I don’t buy the starch cooker now, can buy it separately later?

Dan Snedeker
Dan Snedeker
2 years ago
Reply to  Errin

Yes, you will be able to buy a starch cooker separately, but the 2.0 and starch cooker packages will always be the best deal and have the largest discount.

Sherri Lynn Herrmann
Sherri Lynn Herrmann
6 months ago

This will be my first meal cooking with Suvie.
My thoughts here are regarding the chicken. It tells how to use suvie delivered chicken, I am trying to use my own..so would I vacuum my own breast and continue as if I were using Susie’s, or could there be a difference in vacuum thickness/material that would alter the timing?

Could use more info/options.


Caroline Pierce
Caroline Pierce
6 months ago

Hi Sherri, you can vacuum seal your own chicken if you’d like to Sous Vide. We recommend using freezer bags, which are thermally rated. The thickness is fairly negligible, so I wouldn’t worry too much about that. You might be interested in our article on sous viding in Suvie. Here is the link.