This is a recipe I love. It is super easy and doesn’t require much. 4 Ingredient, 1 pot.
I am making this now, so this will be one thing less I have to do right before
Thanksgiving Day. I like to have all my ducks in a row when it comes to being prepared. I have had things go wrong in the past that could have been prevented. Nonetheless I will be preparing things ahead and hoping everything works fine.
Remember I said 4 Ingredients: I used Fresh
Cranberries. Always go for fresh if you can, frozen will work too. I used pineapple juice, but any citrus juice can be switched. Orange Juice a good substitute too. Zest of an Orange. If you have a fancy zester like mine use it. If you don’t http://www.wikihow.com/Zest-an-Orange there are three other ways. Molasses or you can use real maple syrup.
Look Closely the berries are splitting (you’ll hear popping noises)
Simmer until thickened
Note the Vibrant color. This will go nicely with the Turkey. It also goes great with a pork loin.
Allow it to completely cool before transferring to a container/ziploc bag to freeze. Unthaw the day of event, rewarm and serve.
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Nov · 10
Stuffed Pork Loin with a homemade cranberry sauce
Roasted Potatoes with herbs
Fresh Green Beans
(Perhaps a Fennel Salad with a vinaigrette)
A Cake made for my daughter for an early birthday celebration with my mom and dad, We wont be here to celebrate it with them on the actual day.
🙂 I will take many photos 🙂
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Aug · 04