|License to Cook Iowa Style|
|by Joan Liffring-Zug Bourret|
"License to Cook Iowa Style," in the popular recipe-card file size, stocking stuffer format, is filled with recipes and notes about the best of Iowa.
Results 1 - 10 of 177 for fresh pineapple salad cranberries
Boil together until skins crack. 1 can pineapple, crushed with ... walnuts Add Jello to hot cranberries; add pineapple and sliced bananas. Chill until firm.
Drain pineapple, reserving syrup. Place cranberries and syrup in ... mayonnaise and sour cream; chill. Serve with cranberry pineapple mold. Makes 12 servings.
Make a relish by grinding the cranberries, orange and ... Chill and add cranberry relish. Serves 6. Cream together cheese, mayonnaise and pineapple juice.
Mix together sugar, ... set. Add finely chopped cranberries, pecans, celery, pineapple and nuts. Chill until set, very pretty for Christmas in round mold.
Mix together and ... inch size). Refrigerate until set. Cut in squares and serve on lettuce with dollop of mayonnaise on top. This is a very good salad.
Mix all together and add 2 cups sugar to the above; let stand 30 minutes. Mix 2 small or 1 large raspberry jello with 2 cups hot water. Add 1 cup ...
Put cranberries in blender and ... water with drained pineapple juice. Add cranberries, ... last about a month. You can put it in a mold to make it pretty.
The day before the salad is to be served, mix cranberries and sugar and ... other ingredients. Folding together gently. Salad will be luscious pink color.
Dissolve Jello in ... Use a blender to crush the apples and cranberries. Add apples, cranberries and pineapple to the Jello. Pour into a mold and chill.
Cook cranberries in 1 cup ... sauce instead of fresh cranberries. Dissolve sugar ... 1/4 cups boiling water. Stir in the cranberry sauce. Proceed as above.
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