Way Too Easy Cranberry/Orange Relish

"Old, way old Betty Crocker recipe which I always make for the Holidays. I did a recipe search and was surprised not to find it here. This is best when kept (covered) in refrigerator overnight and it stays fine for 4-5 days."
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Ready In:
1 cup




  • Wash orange really well. Do not peel.
  • Chop whole orange as finely as possible with a sharp knife (don't be tempted to blizt, makes it too mushy). Discard seeds (pips).
  • Open jar, place sauce in bowl, mash a little.
  • Add orange.
  • Stir with fork to combine well.

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  1. Tinkerbell
    This could NOT be easier! I've made many cooked cran/orange relishes & honestly, this was just as good. I needed a quick & simple recipe for recipe #405291 since the grocery store didn't have any cran/orange to sell. It was so easy that I could make it the night before and refrigerate it for lunch the next day. Then I ended up using it with recipe #399036 as well! Thanks for posting this one omeomy! We'll be using it again. :)
  2. windywood
    Omeomy! I have been looking for this recipe for years! I love to eat it plane! Thanks for posting. It's great over vanilla ice cream also.
  3. Sueski
    Easy? You Betcha! I feel like I've been wasting my life making it the 'new fangled' way, when the OLD way is really just at tasty and VERY easy. I cant wait to see how many at the table notice the difference, tomorrow. hehehehe.


Originally from New Orleans; are we food obsessed or what?? Sent to boarding school at a very young age where our major gripe was the food, of course. I swore never to eat stuff I did not like ever again. Life is too short for that nonsense. Its easier to list dislikes than likes/loves, so: Curry (every poverty stricken third world country reeks of curry, yuk!) Eggplant anything (I don't care how fancy you disguise aubergine, its still slimy eggplant). Pumpkin anything (I hear its good food for pigs...give 'em my share). Brussel sprouts (who in hell decided these were fit for human consumption?)
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