Sous Vide Lemon-Butter Shrimp
These tender and juicy shrimp are infused with the wonderful flavors of thyme, lemon, and Creole seasoning. They are so easy to make, they practically cook themselves! You never have to eat chewy, rubbery shrimp again when using the sous vide method.
You can leave the shrimp tails on if you like.
Alternately, you may use a large plastic zip-top bag instead of a vacuum sealer. To use the water displacement method to seal a plastic zip-top bag, slowly lower the zip-top bag into the water, letting the water pressure force the air out of the bag, then seal closed. Halfway through cooking, move shrimp around in the bag so they cook evenly.