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Gingered Cranberry-Orange Relish

November/December 1996

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Crystallized ginger and orange enlivens traditional cranberry relish.



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"I just found this recipe this morning in search of a healthy cranberry-orange relish which I love, but with less sugar (many call for 1 c.) and alas I have all ingredients on hand, so I made this in my Champ HP3 blender and I really like...
Gingered Cranberry-Orange Relish

3 Reviews for Gingered Cranberry-Orange Relish

12/26/2013
Good

I decided to take the advice of a previous reviewer and not use all of the orange rind. I doubled the recipe, and only used the rind of about half of the first orange. I used cara cara oranges, which are significantly sweeter than most others, and it actually turned out sweeter than when I made the cranberry raspberry sauce for Thanksgiving. I could not find ginger crystals, so I used fresh spearmint from my plant outside and it fit together perfectly.

healthy, tasty
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11/23/2011
Anonymous
Good but lots of orange!

I made this relish to accompany thanksgiving dinner tomorrow; it's beautiful (the red, white and orange look gorgeous together), but with the unpeeled orange it's very orangey! I would recommend using grated peel rather than whole, unpeeled slices, and perhaps upping the amount of ginger used.

Delicious, beautiful relish.
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11/26/2009
Anonymous

I just found this recipe this morning in search of a healthy cranberry-orange relish which I love, but with less sugar (many call for 1 c.) and alas I have all ingredients on hand, so I made this in my Champ HP3 blender and I really like it. I'm taking it to a dinner tonight and decided to make another batch as I anticipate it will be well received and won't have any leftovers.
Letha B Newville PA

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