From traditional cranberry sauce recipes to spicy cranberry relish, these flavorful condiments are guaranteed to be a hit at your holiday get-together.
Make, and break, the mold with this homemade version of classic cranberry sauce.
The flesh and juice of oranges and a shot of orange liqueur help balance the tartness of cranberries in this coarsely chopped
Red pepper jelly adds a bit of spice to this chutney, while chunky applesauce and orange zest gives texture and flavor. This
spicy chutney pairs well with turkey or pork.
This versatile, quick, and easy chutney makes a wonderful gift. One recipe yields about 6 cups and will keep up to 1 month
in the refrigerator.
Cilantro, jalapeño peppers, and navel oranges add a spicy-citrus kick to Cranberry Salsa.
Serve this brightly flavored condiment alongside turkey fajitas, grilled chicken, or pork. Like it hot? Keep the jalapeño
You can make this a day ahead and store it in an airtight container in the fridge. Let stand at room temperature 30 minutes
A mix of fresh and dried cranberries team up with Granny Smith apples for an irresistible holiday treat. Make a double batch,
and send the extra home with guests.
A sweet-tangy accompaniment to a variety of grilled meats, Texas Cranberry Chutney also makes a mouthwatering appetizer when
served over cream cheese or warm Brie. Be sure to send a jar home with your guests.
Make this compote at your next holiday meal for a delicious and classic side dish.
The cranberries in this recipe are left raw and shredded for extra crunch and tartness. Be sure to use clementines which,
unlike tangerines, are seedless.
Show off the festive flavor of cranberries with this sweet-hot salsa. You can make it ahead and freeze up to one month before
your holiday gathering.
This chutney recipe is loaded with spices like ginger, lime, and jalapeño pepper.