Christmas spices and nuts add some zip to traditional sauce. Serve with traditional turkey or try it with roasted pork or ham.
Oranges and cranberries make a great combination. Use this as a flavourful alternative to traditional sauce with roast turkey or chicken.
In all the years we’ve been growing cranberries, this is the one recipe we know of that has to have fresh (not frozen) cranberries. That makes it something we look forward to all year!
This easy recipe is a great way to dress up chicken. It’s easy to put together after getting home from work, and our kids love it!
This is a regular family favourite. We usually make a double batch of cranberry sauce so we can have this for dessert. Our kids love it!
This is one of the many delicious recipes found in June Johnson’s “The Cranberry Cookbook – Recipes from 40 years of cooking with cranberries.” She serves this tasty, spicy dip with meatballs, vienna sausage, cut-up wieners or pieces of fruit. Keep it hot in a chafing dish or an electric warmer.
Cranberries in the meatballs and in the sauce make it doubly good. Great as a main dish, or we also serve these regularly when we get together with friends!
We started making this recipe years ago. It became a family favourite that’s makes an appearance at all our gatherings. It always gets rave reviews!
Traditional cranberry sauce is a staple in our house and gets served with almost everything. It also gets used as an ingredient in a lot of other recipes, so we always make sure we have lots on hand!