Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

October 11, 2021Van
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Prep time: 1 hour 20 minutes

Cook time: 2 minutes

Serves: 2

Today’s recipe, Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak is sponsored by KitchenBoss.  I used their KitchenBoss Sous Vide Cooker G320 (purchase here) to get the most perfectly cooked steaks. Sous vide is the most reliable way to get consistent results cooking your steaks every time. It takes the guess work out of the cooking process since using the sous vide cooker will get the steaks to the perfect doneness and you only have to give a quick sear to finish it before serving.

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A few features of KitchenBoss Sous Vide Cooker G320:

  • Awarded 2021 Red-Dot Winner, an international design competition for product design
  • Ultra-clear LCD display with 20 easy presets and 5 custom presets + a sous vide cookbook is included
  • Quiet and durable motor
  • It’s easy to clean and waterproof
  • Sleek and elegant design


Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

 I love the Ultra-clear LCD on the KitchenBoss Sous Vide G320 , you can choose from 20 different presets ranging from steaks, pork chops, salmon, poached eggs and even creme brulee.   I used the New York Steak Preset for a perfect Medium-Rare Steak. Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

I used a homemade teriyaki sauce, but you can also use your favorite store bought version if you preferSous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

Prior to sealing, season the steaks with ground black pepper, coat in teriyaki sauce and top with garlic slices. Use the KitchenBoss Vacuum Sealer to seal the steaks for sous vide.  Sealing removes any air in the bags, which will keep the steaks submerged in the water. Not only is the KitchenBoss Vacuum Sealer perfect for sous vide, you can use it day to day for vacuum sealing other groceries for freezing or longer life in the refrigerator.Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

Attach the bracket to the pot, then place the KitchenBoss Sous Vide G320 into the bracket. Fill the pot with water so it’s above the minimum fill line, but below the max line.Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

Once KitchenBoss Sous Vide G320 is done preheating the water, you’ll hear a beep sound,  and the steaks are ready to be submergedSous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

Remove the steaks from the bags, discard the garlic and pat the steaks dry.  Finish them on a hot grill or smoking hot cast iron panSous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

With sous vide steaks, you’ll notice that the doneness of the steak is much more even than traditional cooking.  Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

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Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe

  • Prep time: 1 hour 20 minutes
  • Cook time: 2 minutes
  • Serves: 2

Sous Vide Teriyaki Steak Recipe made with KitchenBoss Sous Vide Cooker G320


  • 2 - 1lbs Steaks, about 1.5 inch thick
  • ¼ Cup Soy Sauce
  • ¼ Cup Brown Sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons Sake
  • 3 Garlic Cloves, sliced


  • 1)

    Make the teriyaki sauce by adding ¼ Cup Soy Sauce, ¼ Cup Brown Sugar, 2 Tablespoons Sake into a sauce pan, bring to a boil and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Turn off the heat and add the garlic slices to the pan. Let the teriyaki sauce cool to room temp. Reserve 3 Tablespoons of sauce for serving or drizzling.

  • 2)

    Season your steaks liberally with ground black pepper on all sides and coat well with teriyaki sauce. Place the garlic slices on top of the steaks, place into vacuum sealer bags, use KitchenBoss Vacuum Sealer to seal and remove the air from the bags.

  • 3)

    Attach the sous vide bracket to a large pot, place the KitchenBoss Sous Vide Cooker into the bracket and fill with enough water so it’s above the minimum line, but below the maximum line. Choose the Sous Vide temperature and timing according to your preference

    Medium-Rare 130°F for 1 Hour
    Medium 135°F for 1.5 Hours
    Medium-Well 140°F for 2 Hours

  • 4)

    The KitchenBoss Sous Vide Cooker will preheat the water and beep when it’s at the correct temp. Submerge the sealed steaks into the water.

  • 5)

    Remove the steaks from the bags, remove the garlic cloves and pat them dry with paper towels. Finish them on the grill using the highest heat or in a smoking hot cast iron pan on the stovetop. Coat the steaks with melted butter and sear on both sides for about 1 minute on each side. Sprinkle on a little coarse salt on top of the steaks and serve immediately. You can drizzle on the reserved teriyaki sauce or serve on the side. Enjoy!

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