The perfect cranberry sauce recipe
Submitted by KEyshawnK on January 7, 2011.
If your cranberry sauce recipe means opening a can, then you may have to expand your recipe book. Your cranberry sauce recipe should be more than just a red jelly. Sure, making a cranberry sauce recipe takes more time than opening a can. The time and effort is worth the flavor, though.
The fundamentals of any cranberry sauce recipe
Cranberryi sauce recipes have to have some basic items in them. They're the very same throughout all recipes. It's great to put cranberries with turkey, stuffing and even vanilla ice cream at times. Make sure your cranberry sauce has a lot of flavor. It should not be too sweet or too acidic though. It's a tall order, but relatively easy to fill.
A cranberry sauce recipe you mix collectively
This is such an easy cranberry sauce recipe that you can ask the twelve-year old to take care of it this season. This cranberry sauce recipe creates a thick, relish-like cranberry sauce. Mixi all of these ingredients. A food processor or blender should work well for it:
- You’ll need a 12-ounce bag of fresh cranberries
- Peeli and separate one large orange
- 1 cup sugar or 3/4 cup agave nectar
- Last you will need either ¼ cup orange juice, ginger ale, or 2 ounces of whiskey
Food preparation together with your cranberry sauce recipe
If you prefer a cranberry sauce recipe that creates more of a dipping sauce, then a cooked cranberry sauce recipe could possibly be perfect for you. On high heat in a stainless steel or aluminum sauce pan, mix:
- One 12 ounce bag of frozen cranberries are required
- You’ll need a cup of orange juice too
- Three cups of ginger ale ought to be added
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- zest of one small orange
Make sure you boil it all. That is the first step. Until there is about 2 cups of thick sauce, you will reduce the heat to medium for 45 minutes. Combine it in a blender. It could be a stick or stand blender too. Serve it now. It's a dipping sauce for the guests.
Leftover cranberry sauce recipe
You will find other options if you will find leftover cranberry sauce recipes after holiday. You can put it within the fridge if it is sealed. Later you can put it on ice cream if you choose. One more option is to prepare it for a remaining turkey sandwich by adding ½ to ¾ cup of the cranberry sauce recipe with 8 ounces of cream cheese.