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My famous cranberry sauce – exposed

November 24, 2010 at 10:54 am


Kim’s World Famous Cranberry Sauce

(especially in Pittsburgh)

2 bags of fresh cranberries

1/2 bag of dried apricots – chopped

pure maple syrup (to taste)

handful of raisins

1 can pineapple chunks – drained  (choose juice NOT syrup)

2-3 cinnamon sticks

pinch(es) of Allspice

dash of cayenne pepper (for the daring)

Follow directions on bags of cranberries to cook. Then start throwing things in the pot and put on simmer. Add maple syrup slowly and keep tasting. If you like your cranberry sauce tart (like I do), be sparing, but be sure to use PURE maple syrup. No Aunt Jemima’s allowed here. Basically, this can cook as fast as half an hour or you can slow simmer for an hour or two.

Serve hot or let sit a little while before serving. Whatever you do, it will come out delicious. I promise.

Next morning, add it to your Greek, goat milk, plain or vanilla yoghurt.

You will thank me.

I promise.

My Thanksgiving gift to you. Enjoy!!!


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