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Sous Vide pork roast+ potatoes - when to add

michaeljc70 | Feb 25, 201508:00 AM     2

I am trying to recreate a pork loin that I braise with a tomatillo salsa. I cook it normally in a dutch oven and add potatoes that were steamed until almost tender for the last 20 minutes.

I am going to do the whole thing sous vide at 142 degrees for around 3 hours and am wondering if I need to add the potatoes toward the end already par-cooked or if I can put them in at the beginning raw.

Most stuff I've read online for potatoes is an hour at 185. I have a feeling at 3 hours at 142 they could be mush sitting in the salsa, but I'm not sure.

EDIT: I should add the potatoes are yukon gold and cut into quarters.

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