Whose Side Are You On Cranberry Sauce
When I started cooking myself one of the first holiday meals I tackles was Thanksgiving and the cranberry sauce was my highest priority to investigate and make my own. Over the years I have developed this easy cranberry sauce that is a continual crowd pleaser and has made its way into a specialty dessert of mine; Lemon cranberry Cake.
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I love fresh homemade cranberry sauce! I really liked the addition of apples and pears in this recipe - they added another layer of great flavor. This sauce is on the tart side and a nice alternative to a sweeter sauce. The Test Kitchen
How to Make Whose Side Are You On Cranberry Sauce
- Rinse and pick over the cranberries to make sure you don’t have any bad ones.
- Peel, core and chop the apples and pears.
- Finely grate the lemon peel and then juice the lemon.
- Place all the ingredients in a large enamel pot and cook over low/medium heat for about 45 minutes stirring every few minutes. The berries will pop and the sauce will thicken slightly.
- Remove from the heat and chill. The sauce will be very thick when chilled.
- That's it, that’s all you have to do to make a super delicious homemade cranberry sauce!