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WIFI Sous Vide Cooker Kitchen Appliances SAKI
WIFI Sous Vide Cooker Kitchen Appliances SAKI
WIFI Sous Vide Cooker Kitchen Appliances SAKI
WIFI Sous Vide Cooker Kitchen Appliances SAKI
WIFI Sous Vide Cooker Kitchen Appliances SAKI
WIFI Sous Vide Cooker Kitchen Appliances SAKI

WIFI Sous Vide Cooker

WIFI Sous Vide Cooker
Kitchen Appliances

Want to learn how to sous vide... pretty much anything? This is the right spot for you. Learn how to cook your favorite dishes sous vide and enjoy the sheer pleasure of Saki's one-of-a-kind Sous Vide cooker for a premium cooking experience.


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What is sous vide? It is anxiety-free, nutrient-packed cooking that allows you to become the star chef of your own kitchen. Never again will you have to worry that you have under or overcooked any meals; as well as not having to deal with the guesswork of meal preparation. The immersion circulator of a high-quality sous vide machine takes care of precise cooking, guaranteeing perfect meals for your guests and loved ones.

Sous vide (pronounced "sue veed") cooking is as easy as setting up a pot of water to boil to the related temperature and time; therefore, achieving the ultimate doneness of the meal you desire. Although professional chefs have been swearing by sous videfor decades now, it has finally stepped through the kitchen door of amateur cooks as well. This simple method that removes unnecessary stress from adjusting the timing of cooking aims to improve your favorite meals and make cooking a unique adventure for both you and your family.

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Product Specs

Model NameWafu
Thermal Power1100 W
Minimum Temperature+68 F (+20 C)
Maximum Temperature+203 F (+95 C)
Temperature Stability+_ 1%
Minimum Water Depth4.25" (11 cm)
Minimum Bath Size2.6 gallons (10 liters)
Maximum Bath Size4.0 gallons (15 liters)
Pump Volume2.25 gallons / minute (8.5 liters / minute)
Input PowerAC 120 V / 60 Hz

Ready. Set. Cook

Step A

Step A

Download the Saki Sous Vide app for your device

Step B

Step B

Attach the Sous Vide cooker to pot filled with water

Step C

Step C

Set the time & temperature (manually or via the app)

Step D

Step D

Place the food in sealable bag, then drop in the pot

The Ultimate Battle: Sous Vide vs. Traditional Cooking

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Perfectly cooked from inside and out.

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Not equally cooked; overcooked edges, raw center.

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Perfectly cooked from inside and out.

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Dry edges show overcooking. Loss of volume from drying.

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Precise temperatures provide consistens results every time.

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Undercooked liquid yolk with thick hardening whites.

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Saki Sous Vide App

Saki Sous Vide App

Tired of waiting by the oven? Download the Saki Sous Vide mobile app and enjoy your Saki Sous Vide cooker via your phone. Adjust the temperature and timing of the cooker through the app without having to leave the couch! The Saki Sous Vide application is fast and easy-to-use, turning cooking into a modern-day pleasure.

How To Sous Vide?

Ready to dive in to the good stuff? Gear up for the ultimate "How to Sous Vide" guide here with a lovely and juicy piece of steak.

  1. Preheat your cooker. Start by attaching yoursous vide cookerto the pot you plan on cooking your steak in. Set the desired time and temperature. Don't forget to let the water come to the indicated temperature before putting in your steak.
  2. Prepare the steak. Season your steak with salt, pepper and any other spices of your choice. Be generous, yet tender.
  3. Time to seal. If you're not using a bag with a zipper-lock that requires a special displacement method, put your steak in the corresponding bag and seal it using a vacuum sealer. If you feel like adding aromatics such as thyme or basil to your steak, now is the time to do so.
  4. Drop it like it's hot. After you have safely sealed your steak, drop the bag into the water and… voila! Sous vide cooking gives you the results that are impossible to achieve with any other method of cooking.

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Why should you cook sous vide? Well, there are plenty of reasons.

Sous vide gives you a juicy taste. When cooking sous vide, you ensure that the food in the pot is mostly cooked in its own juice. This makes your dishes tender, moisty and much more juicer than it would ever be cooked any other way.

Sous vide cooking provides consistency. You can expect precise and consistent results with every meal, since you will be cooking at a specific temperature and for a certain amount of time.

It is flexible, comfortable and stress-free. When cooking sous vide, you do not have to stand by the pot and constantly watch out for the progress as it is with traditional cooking. Just set the time and temperature; and your job is basically done.

You can save the most delicious and succulent parts of your food; as well as helping waste reduction. A steak cooked in traditional ways loses up to almost 40% of its volume - and this is only the average amount. When cooked sous vide, the steak practically loses none of its volume and is preserved as a whole with its valuable nutrients and unique taste.d your family.

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How is sous vide pronounced?


Is sous vide cooking safe?

Yes! In fact, sous vide cooking of the safest methods to cook without needing extra equipment or wasting time by the kitchen counter.

What can I use as an alternative to a vacuum sealer?

You do not have to buy a vacuum sealer to achieve the same taste. A high-quality zipper-lock type bag will also do the job.

Do I have to sear the food after I'm done cooking it sous vide?

This is completely up to you. If you want to perserve as many of the nutrients as you can, just serve the dish right after unpacking it from the plastic bag. For a rather crispy and tasty dish, we recommend you sear it for a few minutes before serving.

How much water should I put in the water bath?

The water in your cooker should be just enough for the plastic bag to completely submerge.