Recipe by HazelW
"This is a deep red, spicy holiday sauce that goes with everything from turkey to toast. Some people eat it with a spoon when you're not looking! This recipe makes enough to last until spring."
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1 1/2 cups
packed dark brown sugar
2 1/2 teaspoons
2 (12 ounce) bags
fresh or frozen cranberries
I made this cranberry sauce, but did not have any apple cider, so improvised a little and used a little red wine instead. It was the surprise hit of our Thanksgiving get together!
This was too fancy. It just tasted like everything else at Thanksgiving with the spices. I thought I would love it, but opted for the regular cranberries-sugar-water version for this year after making this last year.
My first time making cranberry sauce. Had I known it was this easy to make I would have done this decades ago. Much better than store bought and I would have rated it a 5 star but I'm not real crazy about cloves and to me a little less on the cloves or no cloves would have been better.
This is THE best cranberry sauce I've ever tasted! I just made it for the 4th time and tried to change it up a bit with some dried apricots...we'll see how that turns out!
I love the cranberry sauce on brie, on salmon and especially turkey sandwiches.
Thank you Hazel!!
I loved this sauce! I didn't need that much sauce, so I halved the recipe but it definately dissapeared quickly! The cloves were a bit strong, but I was looking for a spicey sauce so it it did nicely. If your not a fan of cloves, I would cut the amount in half.
Very good flavor, and about as easy to make as a box of macaroni and cheese! I cut the recipe in, since I didn't really need enough to last until Spring...just enough to last until Thanksgiving! Also, I let mine cool and put it into a freezer container instead.
Took this to dinner party, and the girls really liked it. I just cut down a little on the cloves and allspice. Delicious on turkey sandwiches. A keeper.
Amazing! I've never, ever, enjoyed cranberry sauce with my turkey, but now I don't think I want to eat turkey without it! I was a little concerned about the amount of allspice, but went with it anyways, and was so glad I did! I added some thawed, frozen dark cherries. Next time I may hold back a little of the sugar, but then again, maybe not. Thanks for a new favorite!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hazel's Cranberry Sauce
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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