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Honey habanero turkey brine Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Fred Rabinowitz

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
30 habaneros 

1 lb honey 

2 cups salt

 20 Oma's garlic cloves, 10 crushed

Directions:
Directions:
Boil about a quart of water, salt, half lb honey and 10 crushed garlic cloves until all salt is dissolved.  simmer about 5 minutes can add habanero powder, or ghost pepper powder if you want smokey flavor


Blend habaneros half pound honey 10 whole garlic cloves and water make about a quart until pureed


Inject one 22-pound lb turkey for barbecuing and one 14 pound turkey for frying multiple times with habanero mixture. Rub BBQ turkey under skin with more seasoning. Then add the rest to the Salt water. Put turkeys in one large brining bag and put them in picnic cooler. add ice to the salt mixture until water is cold and then more water to make about a gallon. Pour this into the brining bag with the turkeys so that they are underwater close the bag cover with ice for up to 24 hours.

 

 

 

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