star anise cranberry sauce

star anise cranberry sauce created by Cindy Lynn

this smells wonderful and can be made ahead, refrigerated for a week

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  • in a saucepan bring port, water, sugar, salt, and star anise to a boil, immediately remove from heat, cover, and let it stand for 20 minutes to infuse the flavors.
  • return the liquid to a boil, add cranberries, return to boil, lower heat to simmer.
  • cook for 8-10 minutes until cranberries pop and sauce thickens.
  • remove star anise and stir in orange zest.
  • cool.
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"this smells wonderful and can be made ahead, refrigerated for a week"
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  1. love lake
    can I use white wine in place of red
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  2. iris5555
    Delicious! The star anise adds a lovely subtle taste and beautiful aroma.
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  3. recoverinpickyeater
    I loved this recipe, and made it for thanksgiving and Christmas. Very easy and particularly tasty. Everyone loved it, and it is great leftover for sandwiches or on english muffins. Will definitely make again!
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  4. Abi Fae
    we had this for thanksgiving dinner. it was very good! i used turbinado for the sugar, and it was a good level of sweetness. i did have to cook it for twenty minutes before it was thick enough. i don't know if it was the change in sugar or the high altitude (i'm in denver), but it tasted wonderful and did thicken in the end.
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  5. Cindy Lynn
    star anise cranberry sauce Created by Cindy Lynn
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