Anyone would like to share their cranberry sauce recipe with me? Or is the recipe on back of the bag pretty good? Thanks!
I use the one on the bag...berries, sugar and water. The only other good sounding ones I've found contain oranges and we can't make that, since our 10 year old is allergic to oranges.
I ran across these this morning: http://www.kitchendaily.com/read/best-cranberry-sauces
I found most recipes on packages are good.
this one sounds easy enough and the reviews are pretty good
For every 12 oz. bag of cranberries i use
1 cup of OJ
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1 cup raspberries
Stir OJ and sugar over med. heat. Add cranberries and bring to boil. Stir and cook until berries have burst. Stir in cinnamon & raspberries (if you're using them); reduce heat and simmer 10-15 minutes. Refrigerate or serve warm.
I love this recipe as a topping for things like brie, cheesecake, waffles...etc... so i recently made 6 bags and froze for later use.
I do a 12oz bag of cranberries (wash, only use the ones that float and don't look "yucky"). Put them in a saucepan.
Add the juice and zest of one orange (I used a little dark fruits juice and a little Welch's purple grape juice this year); for the zest, if you need to substitute, 1 Tablespoon of pure orange extract.
Add 1/4 cup wine (my recipe calls for port, but merlot is what I had, so... I used that; you could substitute with additional juice if you want, I usually use a very natural cranberry juice if I'm substituting for wine)
1/2 cup sugar (white, granulated; use whatever you do to sweeten, you're going to taste at the end and add more if you want it sweeter anyway, so amt isn't crucial here)
Cook all this in your saucepan stirring occasionally until the cranberries pop. I squish them against the side of the pan, but you do what you like. =)
Add to this a slurry of 1 Tablespoon corn starch and 1 Tablespoon water. Stir it in, simmer for a minute.
This is where you taste it and make adjustments. If you want it sweeter, add some of your sweetener; if it's too tart, add a pinch of salt (I useually do); make it taste the way you want it to taste.
Put it in the fridge. It's supposed to be served chilled, but (for some unknown reason) my DH asks me to warm it up. It doesn't bother me, so I do.
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