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Old 11-20-2007, 11:59 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by ams14 View Post
I don't bother brining for the fryer anymore. Read a lot of posts on this site saying the same thing. I've tried it off and on over the years and has never really made a difference. Everyone says

Inject for the fryer (if you want flavor)
Brine for the smoker
Anyone have a good injection for a bird in the fryer?

I'm thinking of apple cider, chicken broth, butter and some kind of rub mixed in.

Any suggestions?

There has to be a TON of injections out there.

What do you use?
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