I forgot one item....please add to my review
I forgot one item.....1/2 cup chopped yellow onion. It's essential!
Submitted on the same day...11/15/17
Great recipe on its own, but can be jazzed up!
This is a perfect starter and great on its own, but I have my own twist, which everyone loves. I used only 1/4 cup vinegar, and add: 1 clove minced garlic, 1 tsp salt, a dash of cayenne pepper, and 1/4 cup fresh ginger instead of ground. I also use the 1 cup sugar, but add an additional 1/4 cup of brown sugar. The flavor is amazing and complex! Bold yet just the right mix of sweet and tangy. It's a crowd pleaser, goes with everything, perfect on sandwiches (turkey, meatless, etc.) and an excellent gift.
I ommited the raisens because my wife and kids dont like raisens. I also omitted the vinegar and I repmaced it with orange and lemon juice with their zest. I also added a 1/2 cup of brandy.
I also covered the cranberries with sugar overnight before i cooked them.
Absolutely Deeeeee-licious!!! Made it twice. First time true to recipe. Second time added some really hot Thai peppers. The heat really cooks out of them. We were surprised by that. But! This goes with chicken, turkey, pork , fish, etc. It's super tasty! Thanks!!
Cranberry Masala Chutney
Made this recipe just as directed - with just a few additions. I did use brown sugar instead of white, but I also had to add a bit extra - 2 Tbsp. Then I Added 3 red Serrano peppers, 2 teaspoons of Tea Masala and and extra Apple. I also cooked it a little longer. Served it up with Roasted duck and potatoes, following a Greek Salad. Wasn't sure hubby was going to love it, as mustard pickles are his usual thing. He LOVED it. The Tea Masala added a comfort component, like cinnamon does, and the serranos just a wee bit of heat. Was delicious with succulent duck meat. Thank you Ocean Spray!!