If you’re not familiar already, it’s time to get to know sous-vide, a cooking method that’s been preferred by chefs for years and is finally making its way into more homes. If you recently invested in this new kitchen gadget (or are thinking about it), keep reading to bookmark these sous vide recipes to get you started on your path to kitchen domination.

1. Sous-Vide Steak: An herb butter is essential to creating delectable sous vide steak. Don’t forget to sear it to finish. (via Brit + Co)

2. Sous-Vide Chicken With Root Vegetables: Veggies and chicken will stay moist and flavorful via the vacuum-sealed pouches. (via Brit + Co)

3. Sous-Vide Egg Bites: If you love the bacon and gruyere cheese egg bites at Starbucks, then you’ll get a kick out of this home-hacked version. (via Brit + Co)

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4. Sous-Vide Beef Bourguignon: Julia Child made this dish famous, and we think she’d be pleased with this modern take on it. Serve it with garlic mashed potatoes and crusty bread for sopping up that wonderful sauce. (via Lick My Spoon)

5. Japanese Sous-Vide Duck Ramen: If you’re intimidated by cooking duck, sous-vide could be a godsend. The gadget makes foolproof. (via I Am A Food Blog)

6. Sous-Vide BBQ Chicken: Take the guesswork out of dinner by letting your sous-vide do all the work. Set it to the degree you want your chicken cooked and when you want it done. Your wish is its command. (via Whitney Bond)

7. Sous-Vide Salmon Teriyaki: If your salmon isn’t flaky and topped with a sticky teriyaki sauce, you’re not doing it right. Serve alongside rice and sesame broccoli for a quick weeknight meal with a flavorful Asian influence. (via Simply Recipes)

8. Sous-Vide Spanish Octopus: You’ve tried beef, pork, fish and lamb with your sous-vide, and now it’s time to get funky. Impress your dinner date with a plate full of delicately marinated octopus that will score you some major foodie points. (via Jeanette’s Healthy Living)

9. Sous-Vide Pork Belly Bites: Never suffer through dry pork belly again with this sweet and spicy recipe. Pop them on the grill for a few minutes before serving to get a nice crust on the outside. (via Simply Recipes)

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10. Brined, Sous-Vide Turkey Breast With Sage Spice Rub: By giving your turkey breast the sous-vide treatment, each bite will be as juicy as the last. (via Jeanette’s Healthy Living)

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Additional reporting by Paige Johnson