How to Brine & Truss Your Turkey

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Goodtaste is your holiday recipe headquarters. Here we have some incredible tips on brining and trussing a Turkey. Wow, we got a work-out getting this giant bird ready for the big Thanksgiving Day banquet at the Westin La Cantera!

To see the chef’s brining recipe click here.

Chef John Armstrong IV shows you how to brine, truss and perfectly bake your prize bird. We had a lot of fun in the process!

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7 Responses to How to Brine & Truss Your Turkey

Sandi says: November 23, 2011 at 6:51 pm

Good tips and looks great, BUT: Can you use pan drippings from a brined turkey to make the gravy — or will it be too salty? If so, what do use to make the gravy?

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    Tanji says: November 23, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    Yes…watch what ingredients he uses in his brine. You should be fine and you won’t have to season your turkey at all. IF you think your gravy is going to be too salty, dilute with a little chicken stock or even white wine. Enjoy!

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