Brining That Bird!
By Sherry Peyton SherryPeyton
Yes, it's extra work. But the results are so spectacular that you will never go back again. Brining makes your turkey so juicy, that even the "hate that dry meat" folks will be beggin' for more. I'll give you directions on how to prepare and roast it as well! If you like this recipe, see my website at mybestcookbook.wordpress.co...
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deb baldwin messinthekitchen - Nov 9, 2011
Interesting.....I saw a cooking channel that brined pork chops.
A turkey would be great!..a save for me!
Karla Everett Karla59 - Nov 9, 2011
I have heard of brined chicken and turkey , I haven't done it as of yet but I do plan on it soon , Thanks for the recipe...saved :D
Toni T Toni6921 - Nov 9, 2011
Sherry Peyton SherryPeyton - Nov 10, 2011
Deb, I've also seen Alton Brown brine porkchops. We find them so tender here in Iowa that I've never see the need for it. But I sure have seen how brining poultry just really makes a huge difference. We thought we had scored big when we smoked a turkey, but this was frankly better!
Karla, I hope you do. It's messy of course, but boy we just can't stop raving about the outcome. Using those roasting bags makes the bird very juicy too, but at the expense of a nice crispy skin I find. lol..
deb baldwin messinthekitchen - Nov 10, 2011
Better than smoked? Okay..I will try this for one of my turkey days..
Thanks for the information!