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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

So I'm sitting at lunch today talking about all of the cranberries I have to eat this week - and a co-worker of mine mentions a new recipe she saw on t.v. last night.  "You don't have to cook the berries!" she claimed. I didn't believe it. How could you make something with cranberries and not cook them?  To the best of my memory, this is how:

Cranberry in the Raw


1/2 bag fresh cranberries
1 small orange, cut into chunks, seeds removed
1/2 cup granulated sugar


In a food processor, combine all ingredients. Pulse until ingredients are broken down into small pieces. Ta da!

I know - tough right? It's actually pretty good. I'm not sure what to do with it yet, so if you have any suggestions - I'm all ears, or eyes?  It tastes very citrus-y from the orange with that tang, from the cranberries. The rind of the orange is key, don't peel your orange!
Recipe in PDF


Nikki said...

Mmm! My family has served this as a side on Thanksgiving for as long as I can remember. I really love it and I start making it as soon as I see cranberries at the store. Honestly, I just eat it by the spoonful and I think that's perfectly acceptable (and delicious!)


November 17, 2010 at 9:27 PM

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