10/29/17

Cranberry-Apple-Citrus Relish

Homemade Cranberry Relish can sound intimidating or scary to make, but this refreshing side dish is not only easy, it it so fresh and sweet, your whole family will be fighting over it! You can serve it as a side dish like a fruit salad (the kids will love it!) or even a light dessert!


Homemade Cranberry Sauce

with Fresh Sweet Apples, Oranges, Cranberries and a touch of sugar, that's all you need to pull this simple yet classic dish together! No store bought can of Jellied Stuff can replicate!
Cranberry Sauce

I never have left overs, but on the rare occasions I do, I love it in smoothies, or on a grilled turkey panini! Scrumptious!

Jan's Tip: You can blend in some chopped walnuts if you like. I choose not to if guests are coming to dinner, as you never know who has nut allergies, or just plain doesn't like them. (besides, putting up with our family is all the nuts they can usually handle! ) 
Cranberry Apple Salad

Let's get cooking!




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Cranberry-Apple-Citrus Relish
This sweet, fresh dish can be served as side dish or dessert! Even your children will love it!
Ingredients
  • 1 Orange
  • 1 Apple, a sweet variety such as Honey Crisp, Tango, Gala or Fuji
  • 3 cups Fresh Cranberries
  • 3/4 cup Sugar (or equal measure Sugar Substitute)
  • 1/2 cup Walnuts: Optional
Instructions
Grate the zest (the orange part of the peel) from the whole Orange and set aside., Peel or cut away remaining part of the peel orange and then cut orange into chunks.Peel and core apple. Cut apple into large pieces.In food processor combine Orange zest, oranges, apples, Cranberries and Sugar. Process until finely chopped, being careful not to over process, so it doesn't become too "Mushy" or "saucy". You want it to retain it's shredded bits.Add Walnuts if you are using them, and process lightly to finely chop.With a spoon, stir in the sugar. Pour into an airtight container and refrigerate at least 2 hours prior to serving to let the flavors all marry together! (and overnight is even better !)
Details
Prep time:  Total time: Yield: 3 cups

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for a great explanation. I was looking online for a similar idea and really appreciate it

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  2. What a delicious looking relish! Cranberries are perfect this time of year, but I am definitely in a rut. What a great way to break free from that!

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