Turkey brine should be an essential component of any Christmas dinner serving the bird or any of its feathered friends. Brining will save you time and money while leading to increased mental health. You can buy it now because you already know this to be true, or read how brining can make your Christmas dinner less stressful.
It’s a little acknowledged fact that brining makes the Holidays easier, but it’s true, and it all comes down to family. How many times has a dry turkey divided a family?
Brining helps in-laws get along, silences critics, and restores intestinal sanity amidst oceans of wrapping paper and dirty dishes.
I’ve witnessed Turkey brine make moms admit that the method they have used to cook turkey for Christmas dinner had been bested. Not my mother of course.
Turkey brine can intertwine branches of the family, agreeing for the first time since ’87 that this Christmas dinner was the best yet.
Some Turkey brine can even make your time more valuable. While you’re running around doing your last minute shopping, Sweetwater Spice Co’s Turkey Bath brine concentrates save an hour of time because they are ready-to-use.
No more checking measurements against turkey brine recipes that, for the most part, are based on guesses and not the thorough testing performed by Sweetwater Spice Co. Brines are what we do. Turkey Brine is our thing.
I’ll happily give you a turkey brine recipe, because you’ll make it once and wish you had just bought a bottle of Turkey Bath.
To make a basic turkey brine mix 1 gallon of water with 3 cans of frozen apple juice concentrate, 1 cup of kosher salt, ½ cup of brown sugar, ½ cup of chopped fresh sage, ½ cup of chopped fresh rosemary, 1/8 cup of cracked black peppercorns, 1/8 cup of paprika, 3 bay leaves, and 1 teaspoon of ground celery seed.
This makes a turkey brine with a great herbal bouquet and lends nice color to your Christmas dinner table due to the paprika.
You’ll find that Turkey Bath ends up being a cost savings not only in time but also in ingredients. That’s why I made the product – to save my customers time and money because making Holiday meals like Christmas dinner is already stressful.
I hope your Christmas dinner is peaceful, delicious, and full of good cheer.