Sous Vide Rosemary–Mustard Seed Crusted Roast Beef and Yogurt Herb Sauce

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With most traditional methods of cooking chuck roast, you have two options: low and slow until it's tender, or braised and broken down. Neither method gives you pink, tender, juicy meat. But with sous vide we can have it all.

SERVES10 to 12

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS

When it comes to holiday beef roasts, chuck isn't really known for being the go-to for medium-rare resplendence (we're looking at you, prime rib). But that's a real shame since chuck is among the most flavorful cuts of beef available—and th...

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