Does anybody here brine chicken and then cook it in a soup?

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  1. chlorinated

    chlorinated

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    If yes does it come out completety brined, tender and juicy? Please post your recipe.

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  2. phatch

    phatch Moderator Staff Member

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    Can't say I do.
     
  3. chefbillyb

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    I wouldn't think anyone would brine to make a stock, I would think brining would be beneficial when dry roasting or frying......
     
  4. pohaku

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    I would expect that during cooking that the seasoning would simply equalize between any brined meat and your stock.  I wouldn't bother.
     
  5. phatch

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    It would take longer than standard cooking times to really equalize. You'll lose some salt to the water/stock, but not a lot.