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Elizabeth Karmel's 24-inch Turkey Brining Bag

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  • From grilling expert, Elizabeth Karmel, a brining bag for making tender and juicy turkey, chicken, seafood, and pork
  • Perfect for grilling or oven- roasting
  • Secure seal avoids leaking; recipe for Auntie Ann's Sweet Maple Brine included
  • Follow included suggestions or create your own brining recipes by adding herbs and spices
  • Extra heavy weight with gusseted bottom for easier storage; holds up to a 20 pound turkey with brining solution
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 19.5 x 6 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FDL5WE
  • Item model number: 60515
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,883 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Tender, Juicy Turkey Every Time!Try brining - just add water, salt, sugar and spices! You won't believe the difference. No more dry turkey breast. What does a Brine do? Brining seasons your turkey or other lean meats and increases the moisture content resulting in a juicier and more flavorful burd. It is especially helpful with turkey because brining insures that the meat stays juicy during the long roasting process. Never serve a dry Thanksgiving turkey again! Besides turkey, it is especially effective for chicken, pork and fish.Disposable brining bag is guaranteed not to leak. It is easy to use and keeps your refrigerator clean and drip-free. Recipe book included. Holds up to a 20 lb. bird.Basic Brine:1 cup kosher salt1 cup sugar or sweetener (honey, maple syrup, brown sugar)8 quarts cold water, divided To prepare brine:Boil 2 quarts of water, add sugar and salt, stirring until completely dissolved.Add rest of water and let cool before submerging meat or poultry in the brining bag.Note: add ice cubes to the boiled salt/sugar solustion to cool the brine down faster.This recipe can be multiplied if more brine is needed to cover food. Makes 2 gallons.Instructions for use:Thaw turkey in the refrigerator.Make brine by following the Basic Brine (above) or the Maple-Glazed Orange Brined Grilled Turkey recipe included with brining bag.Place turkey in bag.Add cool brine inside brining bag.Seal bag tightly, making sure all excess air is removed (if bag is not sealed properly, it may leak).Place in the (empty) vegetable crisper or on a tray on lower shelf of the refrigerator.Brine for 12-24 hours, turning occasionally to make sure all parts of the turkey are submerged.Remove turkey from bag and pat dry.Dispose of brining bag.Grill or oven-roast turkey according to recipe (see insert inside box).


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Customer Reviews

It is impossible to undo the zip once it is done.
Puma
Brining is the way to go to have a juicy tender turkey, and this bag does the trick.
Marybeth Clark
The ziplocking mechanism works great and holds up very well.
sharkychick

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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By sharkychick on June 12, 2008
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I am so glad I found this item last year! It is a nice, heavy bag. The ziplocking mechanism works great and holds up very well.

Get a 5 gallon bucket (you can buy a brand new, clean one for cheap at many stores, incl. WM) and put the open bag in the bucket (sort of like you are lining the bucket). Lower the turkey in and then pour your brining solution in and zip 'er up! Then you can just put the top on your 5 gallon bucket and put it in a cool place for the night. I laid some Cryopaks on top of the bucket to give it extra coolness and put it in my laundry room. It made it so easy. I believe I got that tip from Alton Brown.

My bucket didn't even get dirty. When it was time to rinse off the turkey I just brought the bagged turkey up to my sink, stood it up in the sink and ran water in it. Then I poked a hole in the back side of the bag (it's not like you are going to use it again!) and kept running water to get a good rinse. That way I didn't have to handle the raw poultry excessively (which skeeves me out big time!) and I was able to adequately rinse it before lifting it out and plopping that big dude into his roasting pan.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Alexandra on December 20, 2008
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I was not sure what type of brining bag I would need for 16 lb turkey. Well, this bag was definitely big enough for any turkey size. Its sealed very easily and made brining a very simple task. Hope this helps to any who are not sure which product is best.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Puma on December 9, 2009
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You have to make sure you ONLY seal this bag when you are absolutely certain that you are ready to do so. It is impossible to undo the zip once it is done. There was only 1 bag, not 2, so it's pretty expensive.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Oldbird on November 22, 2010
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My rating is based on the description and not the actual product because I have not yet used it. I needed a large brining bag for a 22 pound turkey. The product description says, "Extra heavy weight with gusseted bottom for easier storage; holds up to a 25 pound turkey with brining solution". When the product arrived, it clearly states on the box that it will hold up to a 20 pound turkey with brining solution. In my case, the 5 pound difference is a big deal since my turkey is over the 20 pound limit. It is a heavy bag and looks as if it will work great, just not for my 22 pound bird.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Robert Lombardi on February 10, 2007
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This turkey bag is perfect for brining large turkeys. We put the turkey in this bag and put it all into the roasting pan and into the refrigerator. The only problem with a bag, is that it will loose it's shape and the brining solution can all fall to the bottom. I think the instructions recommend clearing out your bottom refrigerator draw to put this and the turkey into. We used the deep roasting pan that we have. Bot would work equally well I think.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By MWF on December 7, 2007
I followed the directions on the package EXACTLY this Thanksgiving when I used it to brine my turkey and the bag is nearly impossible to seal. I ran my fingers over the seal over and over again, it took me over 20 minutes to get the bag to FINALLY seal (After I got a load of brine all over me). It was a thick bag and appeared to be sturdy. Once I did finally get it to seal it did not leak, but I think I'll find a different brand of bag for the Christmas turkey.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Java Mama on December 21, 2010
I was a bit afraid to try this bag, but am happy to say that it was mess free and perfect for the 23 lb. turkey I brined for Thanksgiving. It was strong, sturdy, and kept the turkey submerged while sitting on the refrigerator shelf. Maybe the best part of all is that there's no mess to clean up.

You do need to take care not to overfill the bag with liquid, but sealing it up was simple enough. I was worried that it was TOO simple and wouldn't stay sealed, but it did and I'm back here on the site buying another one for this year's turkey.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Ross on January 1, 2010
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This brining bag did a great job holding a 21 lb turkey & enough liquid to submerge it. I was afraid it might break but it was very strong!
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