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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; BPA Free
- 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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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.
The problem is finding a way to fit a container in your refrigerator to hold your bagged brining bird. My tip is this: Empty out the crisper drawer in your refrigerator, and put your bagged bird in it. The bird will fit perfectly (I had about a 15 pound turkey). After brining, rinse very well inside and out under cold water and pat dry with paper towels and proceed with your recipe. (ps, don't use a turkey with any sodium injections, some are sold that way now, as brining will make it too salty). Happy Turkey Day.
The bag is very large - big enough to hold a 20 lb turkey. The bag is quite sturdy as well.
Directions to brine the turkey are clear and complete.
The turkey was amazingly moist.
Just remember that once you have your turkey in the bag and fill it with the required water...it is very heavy, so have someone close by to help you get it into your spare refrigerator !!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This brining bag did the trick for the Christmas turkey. It was sturdy enough to hold a large turkey and tons of brining liquid. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Geri Ganschow
Well made, heavy duty plastic, ample size for the biggest bird. It's a shame it is so hard to find this item in any grocery store or even the kitchen specialty stores. Read morePublished 6 months ago by William F. Ketcham
This is a heavy bag big enough for a twenty pound turkey with brine. It keeps mess to a minimum and when done you toss it which I feel a little guilty about but I don't think you... Read morePublished 7 months ago by jenpaulhome
The bag was certainly large enough, but I was unable to seal it. I closed it up as best I could with clips and twisty ties. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carol
Nice and thick plastic brining bag that can hold a fairly large bird. I didn't have any issues with leaking and I will buy this again next year.Published 18 months ago by Wes Harris