Cranberry, Cherry & Walnut Marmalade

November/December 2007

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Fresh cranberries get crunch from walnuts and an infusion of sweetness from dried cherries in this take on a classic marmalade. Leftovers are great on a turkey sandwich.

"This is so incredibly delicious and soooo easy to make. I made for Thanksgiving and made the day before. I heated up briefly in the microwave just to warm up to room temp. Everyone loved it. I froze the leftovers and ate with some...
Cranberry, Cherry & Walnut Marmalade

18 Reviews for Cranberry, Cherry & Walnut Marmalade


OMG!!!!!!!!!! Super delicious! So good infact that I went back to my grocery store & bought 4 bags of cranberries to keep in the freezer. This would be so good with savory foods, Swedish Meatballs, Roasted Chicken/Pork, as well. I used Marsala wine and a tad more orange zest. It thickens well as stated, as it sits.
Great recipe!


OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I could rave about this one EW! So glad I found this recipe....going forward, I've even bought 3 extra bags of berries to keep frozen for year round use. I think this would be a delicious foil for roasted pork, Swedish meatballs, and many savory dishes as well as the sweet/breakfast ideas other commentors mentioned. Glad I listened to the pro liquor people......I added Marsala and it was perfect. Easy to make, makes a good amount, and thickens so well.
Can't wait til turkey day - thanks!


I made this for Thanksgiving & was asked to make it again for Christmas, it was requested! Really enjoyed it. The only changes I made was using 1 tsp. of liquid Stevia in place of the sugar & I used a full cup of toasted walnuts instead of 3/4 c.


Really good. This will replace the recipe I've used for years, however, I think I'm going to add one or two cloves next year.


This is so good! I've never made cranberry sauce before, and this was a total success. The cherries really make it fantastic. I used a full teaspoon of orange zest and pecans instead of walnuts. Excellent left-overs, great with steel cut oats for breakfast. I'll be making it again for Christmas!

Beth, Milwaukee, WI


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