Another Cranberry Apple Relish

Another Cranberry Apple Relish created by PaulaG

This is a nice variation on the usual relish. The basic sweetness comes from the apples, so don't go for a tart apple. Leftovers are great mixed into cereal.

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  • Chop cranberries roughly.
  • Put in medium saucepan with 1/2 cup water and the currants.
  • Let stand for 20 minutes.
  • Cook cranberries, covered, over medium heat for 5 minutes.
  • Stir in apples.
  • Cook, covered, over low heat for 5 minutes to soften apples.
  • When soft, raise heat to medium high, add sugar, and cook for 4- 5 minutes more, or until apples are very soft.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Lightly mash apple and cranberry mix with a pastry cutter.
  • Stir in walnuts.
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"This is a nice variation on the usual relish. The basic sweetness comes from the apples, so don't go for a tart apple. Leftovers are great mixed into cereal."

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  1. PaulaG
    Another Cranberry Apple Relish Created by PaulaG
  2. PaulaG
    I don't believe I have ever had a cranberry dish similar to this before. It is a nice change of pace from traditional cranberries. I did reduce the amount of apples to 4 cups instead of the 6. Instead of currants I used raisins. This has a tartness that goes well with turkey.
  3. PaulaG
    I don't believe I have ever had a cranberry dish similar to this before. It is a nice change of pace from traditional cranberries. I did reduce the amount of apples to 4 cups instead of the 6. Instead of currants I used raisins. This has a tartness that goes well with turkey.
  4. Miss Annie
    This is a nice variation on the usual relish. The basic sweetness comes from the apples, so don't go for a tart apple. Leftovers are great mixed into cereal.
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