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Unread 03-28-2011, 06:41 PM   #1
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I did some thighs for the first time I scraped the skin and got good bite though skin. Now my question I see some marinate in Italian salad dressing do you with the skin on or off? Also how long do you marinate?

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I marinate skin on, over night.
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I aim for over night but sometimes its just a few hours.
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ya may want to do some reading on brining as well.
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My thighs were very moist what advantage would brining give me? Would I brine and marinated? Or just do one and not the other. Want to do some comps this year, and practicing my chicken, getting a time line. Thanks for the help.
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one or the other for sure .
i just brine. i find that the salt tastes really good and keeps the meat tender.
it's just a different option.
kinda hard to explain.
if yr learning what ya like, you should try brining and taste for yourself.
just my opinion
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oh a good rule of thumb is
1 cup sugar
1 cup salt
per gallon of water.
add anything ya like, garlic, pepper, ect..
but thats a good base i'd say
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