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Cucumbers and bean sprouts rapidly pickled in the VacMaster VP215 vacuum chamber

Rapid Vacuum Pickled Cucumbers and Bean Sprouts

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. 

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Yields4 Servings
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
DifficultyBeginner
Yields4 Servings
Total Time5 mins
Yields4 Servings
Total Time5 mins

INGREDIENTS

Pickling solution
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 ½ tsp salt
2 tbsp sugar
Pickled ingredients
1 cucumber, seeded, cut into match sticks
2 ½ cups bean sprouts, rinsed

RECOMMENDED KITCHEN EQUIPMENT

INSTRUCTIONS

1

In a separate bowl whisk together the vinegar, salt, and sugar until well combined.

2

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.

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A note about our kitchen equipment reviews:

All recommended kitchen equipment is based on a thorough review of the product and get constant use in the test kitchen. You can be confident you are getting the best vacuum chamber when you follow the above recommendation.

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Ingredients

Pickling solution
 1 cup apple cider vinegar
 1 ½ tsp salt
 2 tbsp sugar
Pickled ingredients
 1 cucumber, seeded, cut into match sticks
 2 ½ cups bean sprouts, rinsed

Directions

1

In a separate bowl whisk together the vinegar, salt, and sugar until well combined.

2

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.

Rapid Vacuum Pickled Cucumbers and Bean Sprouts
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