Don't worry that you will be stuck squeezing juice from fruit—the whole fruits are cut up and simply added to the brine. Continue to 9 of 11 below. How to Brine a Turkey.
For vegetarians, vegans, and those who just fancy something different, we've got pies, risotto, stuffed vegetables, and lots of other delicious options. Water and kosher salt are combined with garlic, herbs, and allspice berries to make a juicier turkey with the familiar tastes of the holiday bird. The pineapple juice works well to tenderize the turkey meat, and the soy sauce adds an additional layer of salt.
Some say leftovers are the best part of Thanksgiving, and these recipes certainly prove that! Continue to 5 of 11 below. This brine with its sweet maple flavor can be used on any kind of poultry but works especially nicely on turkey.
The citrus fruit in this brine not only add a great tangy flavor but also act to tenderize the meat of the poultry. Maple and Brown Sugar Brine.
The mild acid of the lemon will help to carry flavors deep into the meat, and the onion and garlic add a nice savory touch. Holiday Poultry Brine. Share the gallery Pinterest Facebook.
Hawaiian-Style Turkey Brine. These steps yield a flavorful, moist bird every time. One of the best ways to make a better turkey is with a good brine.
Let cool for 5 minutes. Poultry Brine.
Find the cooking method that's best for you. All of the ingredients, which include soy sauce, maple syrup, and brown sugar, are boiled together making for a quick and easy brine recipe.
Up Next. Swipe here for next slide. It only seems right to brine a turkey with seasonal cranberry!
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