Traditional Brine

Brining a turkey is one of the most important things you can do for your turkey to ensure that it is juicy and tasty.
Here are a few options to try or you can purchase a Complete Brine Kit (purchase here)
Learn more about Brining Here
CLICK HERE or the highlighted products within the recipe to order products suggested for recipe.

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Traditional Brine
  • Pour the water into a large plastic foodsafe container.
  • Add the salt and stir until it is completely dissolved.
  • Then add the brown sugar and rub and stir until it dissolved as much as possible. If you do not have a container large enough to handle 2 gallons, you can mix it up 1 gallon at a time by halving the recipe.
  • Put the turkey into a very large brining bag, a clean empty cooler or a large plastic food-safe bucket and pour the brine over the turkey until it is completely submerged.
  • Let the turkey brine for 10-12 hours or overnight in the fridge making sure the temperature of the brine is less than 40 degrees to keep the turkey safe from spoilage.
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Traditional Brine

Brining a turkey is one of the most important things you can do for your turkey to ensure that it is juicy and tasty.
Here are a few options to try or you can purchase a Complete Brine Kit (purchase here)
Learn more about Brining Here
CLICK HERE or the highlighted products within the recipe to order products suggested for recipe.

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Traditional Brine
  • Pour the water into a large plastic foodsafe container.
  • Add the salt and stir until it is completely dissolved.
  • Then add the brown sugar and rub and stir until it dissolved as much as possible. If you do not have a container large enough to handle 2 gallons, you can mix it up 1 gallon at a time by halving the recipe.
  • Put the turkey into a very large brining bag, a clean empty cooler or a large plastic food-safe bucket and pour the brine over the turkey until it is completely submerged.
  • Let the turkey brine for 10-12 hours or overnight in the fridge making sure the temperature of the brine is less than 40 degrees to keep the turkey safe from spoilage.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

Traditional Brine

Brining a turkey is one of the most important things you can do for your turkey to ensure that it is juicy and tasty.
Here are a few options to try or you can purchase a Complete Brine Kit (purchase here)
Learn more about Brining Here
CLICK HERE or the highlighted products within the recipe to order products suggested for recipe.

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Traditional Brine
  • Pour the water into a large plastic foodsafe container.
  • Add the salt and stir until it is completely dissolved.
  • Then add the brown sugar and rub and stir until it dissolved as much as possible. If you do not have a container large enough to handle 2 gallons, you can mix it up 1 gallon at a time by halving the recipe.
  • Put the turkey into a very large brining bag, a clean empty cooler or a large plastic food-safe bucket and pour the brine over the turkey until it is completely submerged.
  • Let the turkey brine for 10-12 hours or overnight in the fridge making sure the temperature of the brine is less than 40 degrees to keep the turkey safe from spoilage.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

Traditional Brine

Brining a turkey is one of the most important things you can do for your turkey to ensure that it is juicy and tasty.
Here are a few options to try or you can purchase a Complete Brine Kit (purchase here)
Learn more about Brining Here
CLICK HERE or the highlighted products within the recipe to order products suggested for recipe.

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Traditional Brine
  • Pour the water into a large plastic foodsafe container.
  • Add the salt and stir until it is completely dissolved.
  • Then add the brown sugar and rub and stir until it dissolved as much as possible. If you do not have a container large enough to handle 2 gallons, you can mix it up 1 gallon at a time by halving the recipe.
  • Put the turkey into a very large brining bag, a clean empty cooler or a large plastic food-safe bucket and pour the brine over the turkey until it is completely submerged.
  • Let the turkey brine for 10-12 hours or overnight in the fridge making sure the temperature of the brine is less than 40 degrees to keep the turkey safe from spoilage.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

Traditional Brine

Brining a turkey is one of the most important things you can do for your turkey to ensure that it is juicy and tasty.
Here are a few options to try or you can purchase a Complete Brine Kit (purchase here)
Learn more about Brining Here
CLICK HERE or the highlighted products within the recipe to order products suggested for recipe.

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Traditional Brine
  • Pour the water into a large plastic foodsafe container.
  • Add the salt and stir until it is completely dissolved.
  • Then add the brown sugar and rub and stir until it dissolved as much as possible. If you do not have a container large enough to handle 2 gallons, you can mix it up 1 gallon at a time by halving the recipe.
  • Put the turkey into a very large brining bag, a clean empty cooler or a large plastic food-safe bucket and pour the brine over the turkey until it is completely submerged.
  • Let the turkey brine for 10-12 hours or overnight in the fridge making sure the temperature of the brine is less than 40 degrees to keep the turkey safe from spoilage.
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!