Magic Mill 9 Qt Sous Vide Machine
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- BECOME A CHEF : start to create restaurant quality meat, poultry, fish and more, for a fraction of the price you pay elsewhere
- SIZE: Great size pot for big families, you can fill it with 9 quarts - 8.5 Liters of water
- SETTINGS: The appliance has a temperature range of 115-195 °F. And timer for 72 hours Silent operation and push-button convenience
- Silent operation and push-button convenience
- PACKAGE INCLUDES: universal food pouch rack for easy positioning of cooking pouches, and a useful kitchen tong
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What is Sous vide?
Sous vide has long been a popular cooking method with professional chefs. “Sous vide” is French for “under vacuum”. It describes a cooking method in which food is placed in sealed vacuum bags and cooked in a water bath. The food is cooked at a constant low temperature over a long time to make it moist and flavorful.
The Magic Mill countertop Sous Vide offers you to create restaurant quality food at home, a cooking convenience which you have looking for. The Magic Mill makes it easy to have meals ready without hassle. Using the Magic Mill SousVide, everyone - from the accomplished cook to the rank novice - can turn out gourmet quality meals with minimal preparation time.
Why Magic Mill sous vide:
Sleek all-in-one design
Temperature range of 115-195 °F in increments of 1 °F.
Push button simplicity
Lid can be used as a drip tray for pouch transport
Universal food pouch rack for easy positioning of cooking pouches and kitchen tong
Auto shutoff when cooking time is done
More sous vide benefits :
☑ Hands-off, time-saving meal preparation. Just set it and walk away.
☑ Easy and foolproof. Never overcook a meal again. Perfect results, every time. even delicate foods like salmon can be cooked for hours, leaving ample time for flavors to penetrate
☑ Gourmet taste. Capture the full, true flavor of foods.
☑ Saves you money. Tenderizes inexpensive cuts.
☑ Added nutritional value. Natural juices and nutrients are retained in the food-safe vacuum seal bag.
☑ Easy clean-up. No messy pots and pans. Just empty and wipe down the interior with a soft cloth.
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Aside from the peeling sticker, the only issue I ran into during my testing was due to its lack of a circulator, there can be some hot spots when the unit is getting up to temperature. I set it to 134 so I wasn't happy when my super accurate thermometer read 145 but I stirred up the water, tested again and sure enough, it read 134.
Honestly I wish I could give this machine 4.5 stars but I'm giving it 5 because the pros far outweigh the cons, especially for the price. One of the cons for immersion sous vide cookers is water evaporation without cutting a hole in the lid of your own vessel or buying one already made for $22+. One of the 12 qt Rubbermaid containers with one of these lids for the Anova cooker will set you back ~$40 so this machine with its 9 qt capacity, rubber sealed lid to prevent water evaporation and included accessories (tongs and 2 different racks) make this machine a no-brainer for people with the space to store it that don't plan on cooking giant roasts and want to get into sous vide cooking on a budget. I bought a 4 year Squaretrade warranty for an extra $9 since I had never heard of this brand so for $69 shipped, I'll be able to cook sous vide for at least the next four years at a fraction of the cost of some of the more popular units. I've already made a few ribeyes that have come out perfect with this machine and that's exactly what I was looking to do without breaking the bank.
I liked it so much I just ordered it again, but this time I got a 3 year SquareTrade Warranty. Hopefully this one won't have the same problems.
Others have pointed out that it has no circulating pump like some of the sous vide devices you use with your own cooking vessel, but I have found that simple convection is enough to keep the contents evenly heated as long as you don't try to cook too much at one time.
Despite reports that this machine only cooks in Celsius, I found that if you press and hold the F/C button for a few seconds, it does indeed switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius. The user manual could have been a little clearer on this point.
Anyhow, it seems to be good quality and works great. The lid is particularly nice, real glass and rubber 'weatherstripping' that seals and also helps keep the lid from dripping on the counter when removed.
The temp control is by single degrees F or C, but the timer is only 30 minute intervals (from 30 mins to 72 hrs, I think). I don't know if this is the same as the others, but as 'forgiving' as sous vide cooking is, as far as duration, it has not been a problem. It is not fast at heating up, either, but again, no big deal. I think it took about 30-45 minutes to get from 110F to 185.
BTW, I paid $60 to a company called Royal Kitchen, but that doesn't seem to be available at this time. The machine is dead simple and I expect the prices on sous vide cookers will get much cheaper, as the "newest fad' excitement wears off.