brining

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bestway

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Original poster
Jan 9, 2007
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Hello to everyone

I am totally new at this just got my first smoker.
If I brine cornish hens today how long before
I have to smoke the chichens? Can I do it the next day?

Thanks Y'all
 
Welcome to SMF bestway, Glad you're here. If you wish to brine the cornish hens, consider approximately 4 hrs. There are chicken brine recipes all over.

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Bestway, You can smoke them the next day but keep in mind that you'll brine leakage. For the best flavor, I would suggest that smoke them bird right after brining them.
 
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