Plastic sandwiches - bayonets and colours / parties at war


Before we get too far into it, let’s discuss this whole concept of cooking sous vide. “Sous vide” (pronounced  sue veed ) literally means “under vacuum” or “under pressure.” The method involves sealing ingredients in food- and temperature-safe resealable plastic bags, pushing out as much air as possible (no vacuum sealer required), and then submerging the ingredients in a pot of heated water to cook.

These ice cream sandwiches make a perfect summertime treat. The thin brownie cake layer bakes quickly, which is a bonus on hot days, and the filling need not be homemade. Freezing time can vary so be sure to plan ahead. Give the assembled cake plenty of time before trying to cut and wrap individual sandwiches and make sure the finished sandwiches are well-frozen before serving.



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