Exceptional Service leads to Exceptional Results
Log In / Register   •   Contact Us   •   Home Page
Cell  •   Office

 Welcome to the ZanderTeam.com Blog

2016-11-04 10:58:07
A Zander Team Recipe Share

Thanksgiving will be here before you know it!  So we thought it would be fun to share a favorite recipe with you!

Corey Zander is the head cook in the Zander household.  Corey's parents both immigrated to America from Germany in the 1950's and he gained his love of cooking from his mother.  Every year Corey volunteers to cook the turkey for his family and he experiments with different combinations.  He's tried smoking, frying, baking and brinning the turkey.  Last year the Zander family gathered for an early Thanksgiving dinner and Corey's brined turkey was 'perfection'.  

Below you will find his recipe.  If you decide to try this recipe out this year, please let us know how it turned out by posting on our Facebook business page!  We would love to hear from you!

 

Brine Ingredients
2 cans Apple Juice concentrate
2 gallons Water
4 Tablespoons Fresh Rosemary Leaves
5 cloves Garlic, Minced
1 ¼ cup Salt
2 cups Brown Sugar
3 Tablespoons Peppercorns
5 whole Bay Leaves
Peel Of 2 Large Oranges
Peel of 1 Lemon
Ice
Injection Ingredients
2 cups apple Apple Juice
¾ Cups butter
 
Combine apple juice and butter and warm in microwave until butter is melted.  Mix together and using an injector, inject the mixture primarily in breasts and legs.
 
Preparation Instructions
Combine all ingredients in a large pot. Stir until salt and sugar dissolve. Bring to a
boil, and cook for 5 minutes. Add ice to cool completely.
Place uncooked turkey in large pot or brining bag.  Pour solution with turkey and refrigerate for 20-24 hours. If you do not have room in your fridge, you can cover with ice and place a cooler or other protected area. 
When ready to roast turkey, remove turkey from brine. Submerge turkey in a pot or
sink of fresh, cold water. Allow to sit in clean water for 15 minutes to remove excess
salt.

Discard brine. Remove turkey from clean water, rinse, pat dry, and cook according to your
normal roasting method. 

Adapted from: http://tastykitchen.com/recipes/holidays/my-favorite-turkey-brine/

 
Blog Archive
2016-11-04 10:58:07
A Zander Team Recipe Share

2016-05-05 17:20:11
Meet the NEWEST member of the Zander Real Estate T

2016-04-01 18:15:59
Feature Friday Home of the Week!

2016-03-25 16:45:43
Easter Weekend Open House!

2016-03-18 16:06:36
Open House and Feature Friday Property of the week

2016-03-18 13:03:59
Well it's Official...Utah is Forbes' best place fo

2016-03-03 17:46:17
Want a Sneak Peek?

2016-02-26 15:14:30
Is This Your New Home?


Comment on this Article

Your Name:
Your Email:
Comments:
Verify:  Please enter the numbers shown to help eliminate spam.