Using your Fityou Sous Vide Cooker, you can prepare restaurant-quality meals at home and keep food at the proper temperature. The food will also taste excellent. Having the ability to cook a variety of dishes, including eggs, pork chops, chicken breasts, soups, salmon, burgers and steak, without overcooking them.
The food is put in a sealed bag, the sous vide machine is attached with an adjustable clamp to a pot or container, then water is added and the electric power is connected. Temperature and time are set on the panel at the start of the cooking process.
Controls feature a touch screen and a temperature range of 77°F to 203°F (25°C to 95°C), a maximum timer range of 99h 59mins, and an accuracy of 0.1°F. At 1°C(1°F), you can put the food in to cook when you get home from work, work out for an hour, and then dinner is pretty much ready, perfect for a family dinner, a must item for any chef's kitchen.
You need only set the temp and time. The immersion circulator will shut off and alarm you once the temperature reaches the target setting value. Moreover, it keeps silent during cooking, so you don't have to worry about disturbing sounds.
These 1100 Watt sous vide immersion circulators run fast, allowing the water to circulate and making full meat tender and moist. Durable food grade 304 stainless steel is easy to clean and dries quickly. Among the other cookbooks, we also offer a recipe to give you a feeling of being a pro chef and helping you to
Questions & Answers
What is the best way to clean it after you use it?
The fact that you only use it in clean water and that nothing actually touches what you're cooking means that I have never had to clean it
Has the Fityou sous vide cooker 1100w received the official seal of approval from the FDA?
There is no mention of that anywhere.
Does the clamp have the ability to be removed fully?
There are no screws or anything else one could pull out of that device without breaking it, but I don't understand why one would want to take off the clamp.
Selected User Reviews For Fityou Sous Vide Cooker 1100W, Thermal Immersion Circulator with Recipe and Adjustable Clamp, Sous Vide Heater with Accurate Temperature & Digital Timer, Ultra Quiet Stainless Steel
As soon as the temperature reaches a set level, the unit automatically turns off and on to maintain the temperature
| Dec 20, 2020
Observations at an early stage
As a sous vide chef for several years, I have used several different types of I'd say this is on the low-end The area is not low-lying but it is at the end of the range There are several features at the end. I actually purchased this to replace the Kitchen Gizmo tool that I had been using for nearly three years. Having used it for many years, I was disappointed when it finally gave up the ghost. However, instead of doing the same thing again, I decided to give this one a try. Reviewing the site led me to conclude that I should try it. So consider this an initial review since I have only been using it for a couple of weeks. It is much easier to use than my old Kitchen Gizmo, which I have been using for years. Getting it up and running in my 12-inch laptop wasn't too hard and I had it up and running within ten minutes I cooked my first meal on a one-quart Cambro in no time. There is an inch of thick ribeye on the menu. The time and temperature were set, and the vacuum was added. Taking out the steak after it's been in the bath for the right amount of time and searing it was a quick and efficient task. The second cook was a section of brisket (point), so it went to 36 degrees, and it was great It takes an hour to The brisket was tender and I was rewarded with a flawless performance! Those who are hoping to have a circulator that will keep the temperature after the cooking is complete will not find this to be the right tool for them. In my experience, the less expensive circulators simply turn off when their work is done. Taking that into consideration, if you want one to hold the temperature for a longer period of time just in case you cannot get to it after it's done, then you have two choices, other than It's one thing to set the timer for a longer period, but to set an additional timer separately (I use my Apple Watch) so that you'll know when to stop cooking, but also that you have an extra period of time that you can use as you see fit. There is also the option of getting a higher-quality one You can read the end circulator here. There is no one else who can make that decision for you. I had a high end sous vide circulator as my first sous vide machine I tried the top-model $$$, and it never even made it to the end of the year This product is covered for a year. I heated it twice. It held temperature both times. The cheapie units, on the other hand, consumed the heat rapidly and the heater cycled off after the timer went off even after they were well past their warranty.
For this particular model, it seems to be five stars from start to finish. In the event that anything changes, I will update.
| Jun 29, 2021
Replacement for the Anova Nano
I bought it a few weeks ago for $99 with free shipping. After seven days of use, the Bluetooth function stopped working, but the circulator worked for three days before it broke. This FitYou unit was purchased for $69. The Anova Nano was returned. This Fityou model is clearly superior to the Anova in almost every other way, despite the fact that Anova was technically advanced with a Bluetooth interface. It was difficult to tell if the water was moving in the Nano because you had to look closely. The Fityou delivers a clear, strong current that circulates the water twice as fast than before. This allows you to use a larger cooking vessel, or even add more bags to the water (depending on your preference). The Fityou also displays a better difference in wattage than the PLC. The unit seems to run cooler as the water is heated faster (I use "hot" water as a starting for the cooking pot) and the water comes to temperature more quickly. This to me suggests that it's not working as hard to maintain the Rather than investing $30 in a Bluetooth device, I would spend it on this rather than the Bluetooth device.
| Dec 12, 2020