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    Really easy cranberry sauce recipe

    Now that turkey day is over here is a great but easy cranberry sauce recipe:
    1 bag fresh or frozen cranberries
    juice of 1/2 fresh orange
    1 teaspoon orange zest
    1/2 cup sugar

    cook until the berries burst and it's cooked to the texture you like about 10 or 15 mins.
    I tried this for the first time this year and it was a big hit, tart, orangey, but not too much and best of all not a lot of sugar.

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    i have one thats basicly the same but you use orange licure in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindy-2 View Post
    i have one thats basicly the same but you use orange licure in it.
    i bet that would be just as good.

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    I did this last year using cranberry juice. I was a big hit.

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    I did one with two cans of whole berry cranberry sauce, 1 can of apple pie filling(I cut the apple slices a bit smaller) and I can of pear halves( 14-15oz can) drained and cut into smaller chunks. Mix all together chill and serve. or you could heat it if you prefer. I am using the leftovers as a base for a crunch dessert. I will make an oatmeal brown sugar topping to go with the leftover fruit and then bake until crunchy on top and heated through...

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    Thanks for the recipe. Sounds great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenini View Post
    i bet that would be just as good.
    especially if you poured the orange liqueour into yourself first! tee hee

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