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Cool Hand Luke
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Injecting turkey question?


My wife wants to cook a turkey in the oven this year. Anyone have a good injectable marinade recipe or should we just get a store bought one.






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OTIS2
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re: Injecting turkey question?


4 sticks butter
1 cup chicken stock
3 T. Tony's
1 t garlic powder
2 T Worcestershire sauce
1/2cup lemon juice
1/2 T or more good black pepper

Melt butter and mix all ingredients together. Adjust all seasonings to taste. Injest the meaty parts and cook.



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TigerHam85
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re: Injecting turkey question?


Creole butter





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Bear Is Dead
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re: Injecting turkey question?


I use:
Worchestire Sauce
Soy Sauce
Honey
Dijon Mustard






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unclebuck504
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You can make one with whatever your tastes agree with, but if you get a store bought one, Cajun Injector brand Creole Butter flavor is the only correct answer.





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Cool Hand Luke
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re: Injecting turkey question?


Thanks, will try one of those.





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LSUTygerFan
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Cajun Butter





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rodnreel
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Try brineing instead of injecting





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jmon
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quote:

Try brineing instead of injecting


This and no other.






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rbdallas
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creole butter or a variation like garlic butter, etc is pretty much all you need..you can then pepper and do all else as usual..
the marinade will give flavor and keep moist.

i just use the Cajun Inj formulas...anything other than creole/cajun butter, do not go totally crazy or you will alter the flavor of the meat..not easy to do, but can be done.






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