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    Default fish brine recipe

    I'am looking for a new brine recipe to try for my jar fish.I use the salt/sugar one does anyone have any they will share

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    Smile

    thank you will do

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    Here is what I use.



    5-7 lbs salmon 3 cups Dark or light brown sugar (I use dark I like it sweet)
    1/3 cup regular salt
    tablespoon black pepper
    2 tablespoons seasoning salt
    1 tablespoon lemon pepper
    1 tablespoon oldbay seasoning

    Mix together in a bowl layer the salmon fillets and sprinkle on a layer of the mix and lay another row of salmon and so on. Let soak in brine for 24 hours then smoke.

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    Default Smoked Fish Brine

    Try this!!

    Layer your fish in a five gallon bucket.
    Between layers of fish spread a little brown sugar, salt and Yoshida Sauce original recipe. When all of your layers of fish are in the bucket top it off with a can of root beer and a can of pepsi. Put it in the refrigerator until the fish takes on that candy apple red color. Usually requires a day to brine. Take the fish out and lay on your smoker racks. Make sure you let the fish get a good glaze prior to smoking. This is probably not the best weather to be trying to get smoked fish done. I like a sunny day in the summer to smoke fish so it's easier to regulate heat and get the fish to have a good glaze. This step is the most important.

    Good luck, nothing finer than smoked fish. Your making me Hungry Man.

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