Classic, easy and delicious! Love it. This does need to sit for a bit for the sugar to dissolve and lose the crunchy texture.
Simple and Refreshing. We make this every year. My husband likes for it to sit for a day to "muddle".
This has always been and probably always will be my favorite cranberry dish. My aunt would make it at Thanksgiving when we'd all get together.
Thanks for posting this so i could remember the ratios!
Thanks for posting this! It saved me time to do it. Yummy!
I love this recipe. For me Thanksgiving or Christmas Meals are not complete without it!
I grew up with it as my one of my Moms regular Holiday dishes... I always remembered her complaining about how long it took to make! Well Mom did not have a Cuisinart Food Processor, only an old style blender with a "Chopping/Grinder" attachment you put on it... When I grew up and wanted to make it on my own and asked her for the recipe. She said its on the back of the Ocean Spray Cranberries... So I bought some, read them and realized that before "Food Processors," this would have been a big deal to make, Now I can do 3 batches all at once in 20 minutes or so. As an interesting addition, I now often add a little Tobasco sauce to it to give it just a hint of heat kick to the sweet! Enjoy!
This is it. This is the classic, perfect cranberry orange relish. I've made dozens of other cranberry relish or cranberry sauce recipes, and they're all good -- but nothing beats this one!
This recipe is somewhat like my Mom's but she added an apple also and used honey instead of sugar to keep it healthy. It does take more stirring to blend, but worth it!
This is a must at every Thanksgiving in our family. We've had it every year for as long as I can remember.