Cranberry sauce

Cranberry sauce is one versatile add on that just has soooo many endless uses.

Be it in a BBQ sauce or a dressing or in a cheesecake or for a drink or to top a custard or for the turkey, it is one super simple but delicious recipe which can be tweaked and teased to your fancy..

Spice it up with cinnamon, zest it up with Orange, add some fruity chilled wine or brush it on the barbecue. Enjoy!

  • Servings: 2-cup
  • Difficulty: easy
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Cranberry sauce is one versatile add on that just has soooo many endless uses. Be it in a BBQ sauce or a dressing or in a cheesecake or for a drink or to top a custard or for the turkey, it is one super simple but delicious recipe which can be tweaked and teased to your fancy.. Spice it up with cinn

Summary

  • Cuisine: american
  • Course: condiments
  • Cooking Time: 25 mins

Ingredients

350 grams Cranberry (fresh)
1 cup Granulated sugar
1 cup Water

Steps

  1. Bring the water and sugar to a boil in a saucepan
  2. Add in the cranberries and keep stirring gently
  3. While the whole mixture boils there will be a bit of tiny bursts going on, don’t be alarmed, that is the cranberries starting to cook and the skin breaking open
  4. Keep stirring and once you see that the skins have broken, start mashing the berries lightly
  5. Continue to do this till all the berries are mashed and you are left with a thick sauce. This takes about 15 minutes usually
  6. At this stage your cranberry sauce is ready!
  7. For those of you who dislike biting into the cranberries in the sauce, pass the sauce through a strainer. Press the fruit against the strainer with a spoon till only the skin is left in the strainer and all the pulp is gone through.


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