Turkey Brine

A great marinating process that tenderizes the meat of the turkey. It creates a moist, juicy and well-seasoned turkey. No need to cook the brine.

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12hrs 5mins
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directions

  • Cover a large pot or bucket with a plastic bag and add water, kosher salt, cracked black pepper and bay leaves sage and thyme.
  • Stir mixture completely to dissolve salt.
  • Place fresh turkey in pot and completely submerge it. Wrap plastic bag around the top of turkey.
  • Place in the fridge or a cool area such as your cellar or garage.
  • The brining process takes approximately 10-12 hours and is best done the night before the turkey is roasted.
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"A great marinating process that tenderizes the meat of the turkey. It creates a moist, juicy and well-seasoned turkey. No need to cook the brine."
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  1. Chef Momma Sue
    This is the brine I've been looking for!! I misplaced the copy of the brine recipe that we have used for years. My husband and I will only cook a turkey this way. I add 1 cut lemon and a few smashed garlic cloves to it too. THANK YOU!!!!
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  2. StreetChef
    A great marinating process that tenderizes the meat of the turkey. It creates a moist, juicy and well-seasoned turkey. No need to cook the brine.
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