Turkey Brine

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Roasting, grilling or deep-frying methods can be used for Turkey Brine recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Turkey Brine by following this comfortable recipe.
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• 12 to 14 lb Turkey, not pre-basted
• 1-1/2 Cups kosher table salt
• 1 Cup sugar
• 2 Bay leaves, broken off into pieces
• 4 Juniper berries, smashed
• 4 Allspice berries, whole
• 1 Head of garlic, strip and aside cloves
• 1/3 Cup freshly chopped up thyme
• Water as required
In a large normal bowl mix salt, sugar and 4 quarts of water.
Keep stirring, until the sugar and table salt are dissolved.
Add the left over ingredients to it.
Put the turkey in the stockpot and mix the brining solution with it.
Add enough ice-cold water to this so that the turkey is full submerged.
Now cover the container and place it into the refrigerator or some other ice-cold depot area.
Allow the turkey to stand in the solution for 10 to 12 hours.
After the needed soaking time, take aside it from the container and thoroughly rinse below the ice-cold water.
Brining solution should be unwanted as it cannot be reused.
The turkey can be cooked utilising a lot cooking methods, such as as roasting, grilling and deep-frying.
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