|The Goodness of Nuts and Seeds|
|by John Midgley|
This work is part of a series of small cookbooks which focus on the healthy ingredients of groups of foods.
Results 1 - 10 of 410 for cranberry jelly
Wash cranberries and ... to cut each cranberry in half! Cover ... Variation: Stir in frozen orange concentrate (1 tsp) or a teaspoon of almond extract.
Boil 2 cups ... water. Add the cranberry sauce to hot ... hot water before unmolding. Optionally, serve surrounded by chopped fresh fruit or fruit salad.
Cranberry jelly is delicious served ... jells on a cold plate (220°F). Pour into sterilized jars, porcelain or crockery molds and cover with paraffin wax.
Wash cranberries; add ... Take 1 cup cranberry pulp from jelly and add 1/4 ... cup sugar. Simmer 5 minutes then add remaining ingredients. Cool and serve.
Dissolve gelatin in 2 cups boiling water. Add cranberry jelly and mix with ... smooth. Add pineapple, pineapple juice, and walnuts. Put in a mold. Refrigerate.
Dissolve candies in ... room temperature. Add cranberry sauce (if jellied ... until firm. Cut into squares and arrange on crisp greens. Makes 8-10 servings.
Beat cranberry sauce until smooth, ... paper. Cut in cubes, roll in sugar. After an hour, roll in sugar again to prevent stickiness. Makes 2 pounds of candy.
In a medium saucepan combine the cranberry sauce and gelatin. ... hours. Reroll in sugar before serving. Store in refrigerator. Makes about 40 servings.
In a saucepan combine the cranberry sauce and Jello. ... hours. Re-roll in sugar if desired before serving. Keep in refrigerator. Makes about 40 pieces.
Let raspberries thaw ... and add the cranberry sauce. Incorporate with ... until slightly thickened. Then stir up mixture before putting into greased mold.
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