When it comes to making a delicious and moist holiday turkey, the process needs to start a day or two before the actually cooking of the bird, with a brine!
Brining is a salt solution with herbs and spices that are absorbed into the bird adding the flavors and moisture to the meat before cooking. No more dry, flavorless birds.
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Alternatively, if you don't have a pot large enough to hold the brine and the bird, you can boil the gallon of water and ingredients in a smaller pot to create the brine, and then add that, with the other gallon of water into a brining bag (once it's cooled) and then put the turkey in the brining bag with the solution for the 24-48 hours.
I hope that you get a chance to give this recipe a try. Remember, in your kitchen you can create anything you want. Use this recipe as a template and if you want, add flavors you like or subtract things you dislike. If you like a recipe, play around with the ingredients and amounts and make it yours! I’m only a call or email away to assist you in all things fitness.
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