Cherry Cranberry Sauce
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling
This was not only super easy but super delicious. I made this for Thanksgiving and I didn't allow for enough cooling time, so it was slightly warm and still delicious. I added orange zest , juice, and the rind and it was sensational. I highly recommend this recipe.
I started making this for holidays several years ago. It's been a big hit. I substitute Orange Juice for half of the water for a little kick. At Christmas I plan to try Apple Juice instead of water. Either way, it thickens up just fine for me after a couple of hours in the fridge.
I've been making this for several years now. Its a huge hit. I do add a bit of almond extract to the finished product to "kick it up a notch". The first time I made this my son got a hold of it and ate half of it before I could stop him and I had to make another batch.Also great on vanilla ice cream.
I tried this recipe for Thanksgiving dinner. It was a hit - I was told to make it again.
My Mom has been making this delish recipe for at least 10 years now. Both my sister and I make it for our family's Thanksgiving dinner. Mom cut the water down to 3/4 cup, and it thickens up quickly. Be sure to pop those cranberries with the back of a wooden spoon, while simmering. Just made up a recipe for this year's Turkey Day! YUM!
It came out great. I have never made cranberry sauce before since I'm not a big fan of cranberries. This recipe was simple enough and let me use up leftover cherries I had. I made an adult version of the recipe by adding alcohol infused sour cherries I lad left over from making a Cherry Liquor. While cooking I thought it was a little too sweet, but at the end it came out just right. I didn't have problems with it not getting thick. Since I made this recipe a day in advance I had to warm it up before serving it jellied so well. Adults in my family liked it a lot, and I think I will make it every year from now on.
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I made this for Thanksgiving and was not real impressed with it.
I have made this recipe for the past few years during the holiday season and my friends and family love it. Its a great flavorful alternative to jellied cranberry sauce and is a lovely colorful addition to a holiday table. My family and friends ask if I will be making this recipe every year and I often find myself making extra to last through the leftovers!
This recipe tastes good, but it just would not thicken up for me. I finally added some cornstarch. I also topped my portion w/cinnamon.