If I get my turkey frozen Monday , will I still have enough time to refrigerate and chill for 8hrs or am I out of luck for thankgiving 3 days away ? Thanks
Lindsay-Jean is a Contributing Writer & Editor at Food52.
It's not a problem to dry brine a frozen turkey. You can read more of Russ Parson's answer here: http://articles.latimes...
Kristen is the Creative Director of Food52
The dry-brining recipe is flexible -- you can condense the brining time a bit and/or skip the uncovered, skin-drying phase in the fridge -- most important is to have enough time to defrost the bird, which will depend on its size. Count on at least a day for every 5 pounds, and thaw in cold water in a pinch!
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