Thursday, July 30, 2015

Cranberry relish, so easy a kindergartener could make it

This cranberry relish is so easy, especially for a cook, like my daughter, embarking on her first turkey dinner.

Cranberry relish, so easy a kindergartener could make it

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Cranberry Orange Relish

Makes about 20 servings


1 12-ounce bag fresh cranberries

2 oranges, slice in quarters, with rind

2 apples, sliced in quarters, with skin, core removed

1 cup sugar, or less to taste

1. In food processor, combine and chop all the above ingredients, starting with 1/2 cup sugar, and adding more to taste. Process until the mixture is reduced to small chunks.

2. Refrigerate before serving.

- From Rosie Hymerling, kindergarten teacher of Timmy, Sally and Jonathan Vitez

Per serving: 55 calories, 0 grams protien, 14 grams carbohydrates, 12 grams sugar, o grams fat, 0 milligrams cholestral, 1 milligram sodium, 2 grams dietary fiber.

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