I love cranberries at the table for all my holiday meals, and this is a vibrant version to serve alongside your meats and veggies. It only uses a handful of fresh ingredients with zero fuss of cooking anything down. This was a hit at my Thanksgiving party, and will be making an appearance for Christmas!
I used this in my day-after-Thanksgiving turkey sandwich and it was so good! :)
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This is an easy and delicious side dish I make especially at holiday times, but other times too as I buy and freeze cranberries in the fall when they're available. Just put the package as is in the freezer then wash and use when needed.
Toss cranberries and sugar; place in a lightly greased 2 qt. baking dish. Cover and bake at 350 degrees F for 1 hour. Stir in walnuts, marmalade and lemon juice. Refrigerate.
Making your own cranberry relish can be a hit with turkey for a holiday treat.
Something my mother used to keep in the fridge a lot when I was a kid. She usually served some kind of salad or fruit at every meal.
Grind cranberries and onion. Add sugar, sour cream, horseradish. Mix. Taste for horseradish content; add more if desired. Let stand in refrigerator overnight. Serve chilled. May be frozen.
Mix above ingredients together. Let set at least 2 hours, overnight if possible. This is great at Thanksgiving and Christmas!
This page contains sugar free cranberry clementine relish recipes. Make this tart and sweet sauce from fresh cranberries and clementine oranges, perfect for Thanksgiving.
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I am looking for a cranberry relish recipe, I think that is what it is called. It has whole berry cranberry sauce, crushed pineapple, and nuts, I think walnuts.
Recipe for making cranberry relish.