Rapid Vacuum Pickled Cucumbers and Bean Sprouts

Cucumbers and bean sprouts rapidly pickled in the VacMaster VP215 vacuum chamber.
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Quick pickled cucumbers and bean sprouts using a vacuum chamber. Perfect for adding on top of Dolsot Bibimbap, a Korean rice bowl.
Don't confuse a FoodSaver vacuum sealer with a vacuum chamber. FoodSavers can not effectively vacuum seal liquids and you wouldn't achieve the compression effect that makes instant pickling possible. Interested in a vacuum chamber? Check out my review of the VacMaster VP215 here. 
Skill Level
Easy
Course
Condiment
Cuisine
Korean 
Serves
4
Skill
Easy
Course
Condiment
Cuisine
Korean 
Serves
4
INGREDIENTS
Pickling solution
Pickled ingredients
RECOMMENDED KITCHEN EQUIPMENT FOR THIS RECIPE
INSTRUCTIONS
 
  • In a separate bowl whisk together the vinegar, salt, and sugar until well combined.
  • Place pickling solution in a vacuum chamber bag, along with the cucumbers and bean sprouts. Place bag in vacuum chamber and run a vacuum cycle. Once the cycle is complete, you can enjoy the pickles immediately or refrigerate them sealed for up to 24 hours.
If You Don't Own a Vacuum Chamber
  • Instead of placing the pickling solution in a vacuum chamber bag, leave it in the bowl. Add the cucumbers and beansprouts to the bowl and let pickle overnight in the fridge.
INGREDIENTS
Pickling solution
Pickled ingredients
RECOMMENDED KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
INSTRUCTIONS
 
  • In a separate bowl whisk together the vinegar, salt, and sugar until well combined.
  • Place pickling solution in a vacuum chamber bag, along with the cucumbers and bean sprouts. Place bag in vacuum chamber and run a vacuum cycle. Once the cycle is complete, you can enjoy the pickles immediately or refrigerate them sealed for up to 24 hours.
If You Don't Own a Vacuum Chamber
  • Instead of placing the pickling solution in a vacuum chamber bag, leave it in the bowl. Add the cucumbers and beansprouts to the bowl and let pickle overnight in the fridge.

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