Garlicky Cranberry Chutney

I think this came from the L.A. Times. It makes a nice change from the traditional cranberry-orange relish. Though this is called a chutney, I've characterized it as 'Western U.S.' cuisine rather than Indian. It strikes me as sort of 'West-Coast Fusion', in the spirit of ringing all kinds of changes on the traditional American holiday foods. Also, I don't think cranberries are very typical of the subcontinent. But it would probably be fun to serve it with a chicken or turkey curry.

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directions

  • Combine first five ingredients in a medium sauce pan.
  • Bring to a boil, then cook over medium heat until reduced to about 1/4 cup.
  • Stir in cranberry sauce, heat through, and simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Add salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
  • Cover and refrigerate.
  • Serve as a condiment with turkey, chicken, or pork.
  • Also good as a topping for vanilla ice cream.
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"I think this came from the L.A. Times. It makes a nice change from the traditional cranberry-orange relish. Though this is called a chutney, I've characterized it as 'Western U.S.' cuisine rather than Indian. It strikes me as sort of 'West-Coast Fusion', in the spirit of ringing all kinds of changes on the traditional American holiday foods. Also, I don't think cranberries are very typical of the subcontinent. But it would probably be fun to serve it with a chicken or turkey curry."
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  1. MollyJ
    I've made this before and love the zing it brings to cranberry sauce. It's great
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  2. ccferne
    I think this came from the L.A. Times. It makes a nice change from the traditional cranberry-orange relish. Though this is called a chutney, I've characterized it as 'Western U.S.' cuisine rather than Indian. It strikes me as sort of 'West-Coast Fusion', in the spirit of ringing all kinds of changes on the traditional American holiday foods. Also, I don't think cranberries are very typical of the subcontinent. But it would probably be fun to serve it with a chicken or turkey curry.
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