|Pickles to Relish|
|by Beverly Alfeld|
More than just a cookbook, this encyclopedic guide seeks to teach methods of applying the many concepts of cooking to our everyday lives.
21 - 30 of 186 for fresh cranberry relish
In a large ... or until the relish has thickened, stirring ... gifts! Be sure gift jars have been processed in a boiling water bath. Yield: 5 to 6 1/2 pints.
Using a food processor, crush fresh cranberries until fine. ... Allow to stand in refrigerator overnight. This is also great if made up to 1-2 days ahead.
Sliced unpeeled orange into eights; remove seeds. Place half the cranberries and half of the orange slices in food processor container. Process until ...
Quarter orange and remove seeds. Place into food processor and pulse till coarsely ground. Spoon into a medium size bowl; set aside. Place ...
Grate the unpeeled ... Mash up the cranberry sauce slightly and ... with the grated apples. Refrigerate and allow the flavors to blend for at least 1 hour.
Grate the unpeeled ... Mash up the cranberry sauce slightly and ... remaining ingredients. Refrigerate and allow the flavors to blend for at least 1 hour.
Position knife blade in food processor bowl. Quarter orange, remove seeds and place fruit in processor bowl. Pulse till coarsely ground. Spoon into a ...
Wash the fruit. ... Allow the mixture to simmer for 15-30 minutes. If you prefer the relish chilled, put it in your refrigerator for an hour before serving.
Combine all ingredients and blend coarsely in a food processor. May be refrigerated in a tightly closed glass jar for up to 1 month. Makes 6 cups.
Chop or slice ... ingredients, fold in cranberry mix. Spoon into ... until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Makes about 18 muffins, medium size.
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