Cranberry Sauce

Check this easy recipe for Cranberry Sauce for the holidays!

  • Transfer into a small bowl a 1/2 cup of the berries.
  • With a 12 oz bag of frozen or fresh cranberries, empty into a sauce pan.
  • Next add 1 cup of sugar add 1 zest of orange or lemon.
  • Add 2 tablespoons of water to pan and heat on low.
  • Stir occasionally till the berries and sugar are soft.
  • Takes about 10 minutes from start to finish to make.

You can use the cranberry sauce on a number of holiday desserts like, fruitcakes, hot chocolate, and can be used for poultry, and meats, and cranberries are great with turkey of couse! And even goes great with beef, pork, and chichen!

Its been reported that the American Indian’s used cranberries as not only as a food source but, also to dye fabic and to use as medicine. And it’s believed because of the abundance of cranberries at the time that the American Indian’s and the Pilgrims would have eaten them at the first Thanksgiving!


2 comments on “Cranberry Sauce”
  1. Lisa Corzo says:

    Yum! I’m making this today for Thanksgiving! The orange zest really makes a difference, you can also add a cinnamon stick and some of the orange juice for an extra special aroma and taste! Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍁!

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  2. Bob says:

    Thanks Pal for the tip! HappyThanksgiving to you also!


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