Classic, simple and delicious; the real deal.
a different twist to an old recipe
substitute orange juice for the water. Add cinnamon to taste and chopped walnuts.
Love cranberry sauce and have made it for YEARS (40+)
I usually strain the sauce (cuz that's the way mom made it!)
DO NOT TRY TO USE NO CALORIE SWEETNER...IT WILL NOT JEL!!!
I like to use cloves and cinnamon
I love how easy it is to make. My husband and I eat this every weekend on top of our waffles, We prefer it to buying jams, which are all too sweet for him. We also reduce the sugar to about 2/3, or even 1/2. The tartness contrasts nicely when you put it on top of ice cream, too.
When I cook it, I put a teaspoon or two of whole cloves into a tea ball, and cook that along with it, and a cinnamon stick (the cinnamon stick doesn't need to go in the strainer), afterward removing the tea ball/cloves (otherwise you're liable to bite down on one, which is just a bit too strong).
I think I will try a little lemon peel next time, too, though.