David's Kosher Salt
The versatile, gourmet salt of choice for kosher cooking-holiday time or any time.
The Kosher Salt Difference
Coarse-flaked and Kosher-this is the salt of choice for professional chefs and home cooks alike.
Pure in taste and quick to dissolve, this Kosher Salt is the ideal choice for kashering, brining and canning.
And unlike other boxed salts, the easy-to-reseal, free flow top keeps your Kosher Salt just where you want it to go and won't leave messy salt trails in your cabinets and pantry!
- Salt, Kosher
- The versatile, gourmet salt of choice for Kosher cooking-holiday time or any time.
- Product of California.
Instructions: . Brining Poultry. Brining ensures that your poultry will retain its natural moisture during the roasting process, resulting in a juicy and flavorful bird. Start with fresh, not frozen, poultry-giblets removed and trussed. Cover with a brining solution - 1 cup David's Kosher Salt per gallon of cold water, dissolved. Make sure there is enough brine to completely cover the bird. Cover with a lid or plastic wrap and brine for eight hours or overnight, in the refrigerator. When you are ready to roast, remove bird from brine, pat dry and roast according to package directions. Discard brining solution.