Thanksgiving Turkey: How to Brine A Turkey

Cook your turkey in half the time with a sure fire way to the perfect turkey with a Camp Chef Turkey Cannon and Brine Kit. It’s easy to use, adds moisture and will wow your guests.

The Turkey Cannon and Brine Kit includes Camp Chef’s patented turkey infusion roaster (turkey cannon), as well as a brine mixture and a sealable turkey bag, plus a Tuscan seasoning blend to add before you roast your turkey.

Simply fill the turkey canon with your favorite liquid (water, wine, chicken broth, etc.) and add a little chopped onion and a couple of garlic cloves for flavor if you like. Place the turkey canon on a turkey pan, (catches grease – gotta have that gravy!) place turkey on the turkey canon and insert it into your oven. The turkey cannon cooks turkeys so much faster by cooking it from the inside as well as the outside, leaving the meat moist and juicy.



The Turkey Canon will help simplify your busy cooking day on Thanksgiving and free up oven space by taking less time. Try one out this year, you’ll be glad you did.


Thanksgiving is just around the corner! If you want a more moist turkey this year, check this great instructional video out on how to brine your turkey. Exactly was does brining a turkey mean? What does it do? Gary House explains that and shares a simple recipe to help your take your turkey up a notch.

2 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Turkey: How to Brine A Turkey”

  1. I have brined in the past. Not like you. I believe 1 cup salt per gal is to salty. So I have used half the amount. i have purchased brined turkey from a healthy store but it was too salty. But cutting down on the salt is me. So what say you…


    1. It really comes down to personal preference. Some folks like the added salt, others, do not. In your case, try cutting the amount of salt in half or instead of 1 cup per gallon, try 3/4 cup per gallon.

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