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Recipe Injectable Marinade For Chicken > shorl.com/grerasyprovene

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Any Cajun spice will do!Just use your favorite! Combine the melted butter, garlic powder, & Cajun spice in a small bowl; whisk to combine. A little liquid will follow the needle out of the hole, but if it comes spurting out, use less pressure. Please select a newsletter. If you want a darker more crisp skin turn up the smoker temperature to about 375 once the chickens reach 160 degrees. Similar Recipes by course 3 Turkey Rubs . Fab B contains hydrolyzed soy protein, vegetable oil, sodium phosphates, monosodium glutamate, autolyzed yeast extract, xanthan gum, disodium inosinate, and guanylate. Close Share: Food.com Pinterest Facebook Twitter Google+ . For home use, a good sturdy specialty meat injector hypodermic will do. Mediterranean Turkey. Inject while still hot enough to stay liquid.

And it is the only way to get fats, herbs, spices and other large molecules deep into meat. Close Report this post? Are you sure you want to report this post for review? Yes, report it. Italian Herb Injection Lots of injection marinades are built around Italian flavors. Your injection will go in between the muscle fibers and bundles, not within the fibers, so you won't need much. GadgetQueen January 24, 2011 This was a really nice recipe but it only gets 4* cos my other half didn't like it so much. Remember that an injection sauce is essentially a marinade and needs to spend some time with the meat for best results. Moderators: Meathead Max Dr. Pepper? If you use herbs or spices, grind them fine.

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