Prep 2 mins
Cook 10 mins
a must have for thanksgiving (I opted out of the almonds and it turned out terrifically.)
Make and share this Homemade Cranberry Relish recipe from Food.com.
- combine everything (except almonds) in a skillet.
- cook uncovered over medium heat until most of the cranberries pop open and the mixture is thickened, 7-10 minute.
- if desired, add almonds.
- let cool, and serve or refrigerate up to a day.
absolutely wonderful, a nice change from the canned. I substituted the almonds with pecans (chopper) and added some dried chopped apricots, and raisins. and an apple it turned out just as tasty as the original recipe, with just a bit of difference.
I've never done fresh cranberry relish, but this was easy and turned out great! Not too tart, not too sweet. It may also be good by adding a chopped orange after cooking. Took this to the family Christmas dinner and everyone loved it. Thanks!