"A good, easy, yummy glaze that can be used on chicken or turkey. I came up with this a few years ago for Thanksgiving, to change up the old boring turkey. Everyone loved it. There was no left-over turkey that year." — Heather
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packed dark brown sugar
1 (16 ounce) can
jellied cranberry sauce
1 (3 inch)
easy recipe also works great for ham and pork loin roasts
This is really good! It added excellent flavor to our Turkey...I will definetly make this again...
We use a similar recipe (minus the cinnamon) to slow bake pork chops.
Very, very good. I made this sauce as the recipe called except for the cinnamon. I didnt have a cinnamon stick on hand so I added about 1tsp of ground cinnamon. I cut up chicken breast and simmered it in this and it came out delicious.
I thought when I read this that the sugar amount would be too much for us...so I decided to start with 1/4 cup, because the cranberry sauce and the orange juice were already so sweet. That made it just right for my family. I also cut the orange juice to half. It's a good and simple glaze, but if I make again- I will add in a few more spices to kick it up a notch. You may want more sugar seems others liked it sweeter.
This was really easy, and tasted delish! I applied it to the turkey with about an hour left to cook, again at half an hour left, and at the end just before I carved it. There was tonnes left over, so I think you could easily half the recipe. I'll use it again.
didn't add too much taste to the turkey but can't wait to try it on pork loin.
quick and easy, we enjoyed this on turkey breasts and had enough left over as a dip for roasted veggies!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Orange Cranberry Glaze
Serving Size: 1/30 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 30
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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