Cranberry Sauce

November 21, 2010 by staff 

Cranberry Sauce, Although centers around the Thanksgiving turkey, sides are equally important. For example, just think – what Turkey would be like without stuffing? We shared all our recipes stuffing for Thanksgiving to help guide planning your holiday menu, but what we have not done is give you our best cranberry sauce and cranberry recipes for Thanksgiving. If the stuffing is the soul of turkey, cranberry sauce or cranberry, whichever you prefer is fine accessory. The pop of red from the browns and oranges is what makes a Thanksgiving meal addressed to impress. Our favorite cranberry recipes Thanksgiving after the jump.

Crockpot Cranberry Pear Sauce

Blogger home cooking, Shaina writes its cranberry concoction: “Thanks to a relatively small amount of sugar, more than pomegranate juice, this sauce comes out pretty tart. (The way I like!)”

Apple and Cranberry Pomegranate Salsa

Blogger cooking), Shaina wrote:
“Forget the cranberry sauce from a jar – the cranberry salsa characteristics of crisp apples, juicy and grenades with a zing of orange. Nobody suspected that fresh tasting dish was made in advance.”

Cranberry Walnut Relish

Recipe writer (and blogger home cooking), Kelsey wrote the parable: “Cranberry sauce should be spicy, fruity and just a bit spicy. It happens to be as crisp and so I added walnuts to this classic recipe. ”

Cranberry mango chutney

Jaime, blogger and creator of home cooking recipes, written recipe Alton Brown: “This mango chutney that you see in the picture is what I did before I had the bright idea to put cranberries in it instead of raisins.”

Jaime is the creator of these awesome creations cranberry: “These all-natural, all-delicious, jiggly cranberry turkeys are like Jell-O, but better – your kids will eat dinner.”

And as a bonus, pears cranberries

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