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"This festive side dish has been in our family for generations. A great recipe for Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner." Stir cranberries, sugar, orange juice, water, lime juice, 1 teaspoon orange zest, and lime zest together in a saucepan; bring to a boil.
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I make it for Thanksgiving as well as Christmas dinner. Save to favorites. Added to shopping list. Go to shopping list. Prep 5 m Cook 15 m Ready In 8 h 20 m Place fresh cranberries and water in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Wrap cloves, allspice berries and cinnamon sticks in a spice bag. Place in the water with cranberries. Cook until cranberries begin to burst, about 10 minutes.
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Stir in sugar and reduce heat to low. Continue cooking 5 minutes, or until sugar has dissolved. Remove from heat and allow to cool. Discard spice bag. Chill in the refrigerator 8 hours, or overnight, before serving. You might also like.
Holiday Cranberry Relish
Tangerine Cherry Cranberry Sauce See how to make a classic holiday cranberry sauce. Cook 5-star weekday dinners every time. Per Serving: calories; 0. Full nutrition. I made it! Cranberry Sauce II. Store it in the fridge tightly sealed up to a week for enjoying with roast turkey, chicken, or pork on the big day. Chef Gordon Ramsay devised this clever method for preparing cranberry sauce. He caramelizes sugar with star anise and cardamom before adding it to the simmering fruit.
The result is a sweet, luscious sauce with a gorgeous flavor that is sure to win you kudos at holiday meal time. Blueberries add sweetness and heart-healthy antioxidants to this vegan-friendly cranberry sauce. Fresh orange juice and zest balance the berry sweetness and add a welcome, bright component that tastes delicious when ladled atop roasted vegetables or tofurkey. Cabernet adds wonderful flavor to this winning recipe. A pinch of salt and cayenne pepper are also added to brighten the cranberry sauce and give it a tasty kick. It's a fabulous complement to grilled steak and roast pork as well as turkey.
With only four ingredients, this slow cooker cranberry sauce is so easy to prepare.
You can set and forget it while you go about making the rest of the Thanksgiving meal. Leftovers make a fantastic sandwich spread, too.
Festive Holiday Cranberry Relish
This spiced cranberry relish with port wine and a drizzle of vinegar has fantastic depth of flavor, helping it to stand up to meaty-tasting wild game and pork dishes, as well as roast turkey and chicken. It's a great edible gift when ladled into mason jars. A few simple ingredients, plus a glug of orange liqueur are quickly cooked down, then pureed, to give the coulis its signature, smooth texture. Cook up a sweet and tart cranberry salsa with a fiery kick from spicy jalapeno peppers with this creative recipe inspired by Mexican table sauces.
Almond-flavored amaretto liqueur is the secret weapon in this chunky cranberry sauce , which gets a nice citrus punch from lemon zest and orange marmalade. I was impressed that she took the time to smile and say hi to me.
Everything that is homemade just tastes a lot better! Love your elevator story ;- Miriam x.
I make it with apples, sometimes orange juice, sometimes whiskey… you can customize it and make it different every year. Also, high fructose corn syrup? This recipe seems so easy. I am excited to make it this morning with our turkey. I was wondering if I could sub the maple syrup with Agave. Would it give the same sweetness? Jennifer Garner!! No way!!!
Uses for Leftover Cranberry Sauce
That is amazing! On other news this recipe looks delish — happy thankgiving! My only regret is having only doubled the recipe, as we love it.
I converted my can loving sister to homemade sauce by using a fine mesh strainer to strain out the skins and a lot of the seeds — it takes a lot of the bitterness out of the sauce and gives it a more jelly like texture. You get less volume that way but a little goes a long way. Thanks Kate! I tried your recipe for Thanksgiving, Kate. They loved it!
Naturally Sweetened Cranberry Sauce
First time I every made my own cranberry sauce and I loved your recipe without the sugar! I made it with the honey and going to try the maple syrup next time. Is the zest of an orange really only a teaspoon, Kate? Mine came to about 1 teaspoon! Zest is a pain to measure, but next time, maybe keep it closer to one. Thank you for your advice, Kate… I am so grateful.
I had 6 oz. The cranberries broke down more than the Ocean Spray recipe, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Very tasty, very easy and I feel a lot better using. It was perfect! I made a couple adjustments — I used Agave instead of honey, and put some orange zest into the pot while the cranberries frozen!
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Absolutely delicious, thanks for sharing. Long ago my grandmother taught me how to make a beautiful cranberry mould with fresh cranberries and sugar which involved removing the skins by pressing the cooked berries through a screen. I want to make it without any sugar that still works right? Cause Im doing a chicken breast recipe mixed with BBQ sauce 1 onion and light seasoning.
Not for thanksgiving but for general everyday dinner recipe. This recipe looks and sounds amazing.
I am wondering if I can use both honey and maple syrup, half of each, or should it only be one or the other? My family and I just picked a huge bushel of cranberries at the cottage and we have enough to times the recipe by 8. We will try freezing some and plan to give some to family and friends.