Fresh Cranberry Orange Sauce

This recipe converted my husband's entire family to cranberry sauce. Well, maybe not Becca. The kids eat it like applesauce. It is really good on leftover turkey sandwiches, with sprouts, mayo and black pepper.

1 bag cranberries, fresh and washed
1 apple, washed, cored and quartered
1 orange, washed
1 1/2 c. sugar

Place cranberries, sugar, and apple in food processor. Zest orange by scraping off outer orange-colored layer of peel, leaving white on orange. Use a vegetable peeler, paring knife, or zester. Add orange zest to processor. Peel white pith off orange and add fruit sections to processor. Discard white pith. Blend until the consistency of applesauce. Serve with poultry or pork. Can be made several days in advance.

1 comment:

Gramma Spice said...

Kris, your Grandma Graesser started us on this family favorite. I add a few tablespoons of it to a simple vinaigrette for salads...so good. Throw some pecans and oranges in the greens and yum.