Grandma B's Cranberry Salad

"This recipe has been passed down from my great-great grandmother. Now I am worried that it will be lost so I want to post it so that it is always save. I have searched for a recipe similar to this one with no luck"
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
10-12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Use the reserved pineapple juice to make the 4 cups of water.
  • Combine sugar, cranberries, pineapples and nuts in a large bowl.
  • In a smaller bowl mix Jello with hot water/Juice till Jello is dissolved.
  • Combine both the cranberries and Jello.
  • Chill till firm.

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  1. Too much sugar (cut in half) and too much liquid (3cups would be plenty). Salad did not congeal enough. It was runny even after overnight in the refrigerator. I spent a lot of money on the ingredients - well over $10 - and was very disappointed how it turned out. I am an old cook and should have mad adjustments from the start.
     
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Live in Indian, and work as a programmer for a local newspaper. I enjoy cooking, cross-stitching, reading, working with computers, lawn work, decorating, spending time with my husband, and son, and traveling. My all time favorite cookbook is Betty Crocker's my mom had one while I was growing up and my uncle bought me the same style of cookbook as a farewell gift, I was heading over to Italy, wonderful food place! My passion is food, I love to eat and try new things, even if I'm such a whimp that I can't handle even the smallest of heat. I have one cat, that is so very spoiled. If I had a month off of work I would go crazy!
 
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