*This year I subbed POM juice for the OJ, took out the cloves & pomegranate seeds and added a chopped mango. In my 2nd batch I did the same but used a small can of manderin oranges instead of mango. yum!*
Sorry this didn't work out for you Rachel.
Yes, the poms are an acquired taste, I've been eating them for over 30 years....it's only now that they are getting popular.
This recipe is MEANT to be quite spicy & crunchy....so you made it correctly.
As per your suggestion, to make it moe "palatable" for your desired taste, removing the poms/spices, etc., what you find is the original recipe found on the back of just about any bag of fresh cranberries.
Maybe you can start from there, then create something more to your liking. :)
Use your imagination!
That's where most fun recipes come from..."basic" guidelines plus your own "special touch".
11/6/10 A friend of mine just emailed me and gave me her version of my basic recipe! I haven't tried it yet, but I will! She substituted lt. brown sugar for the white sugar and 1 cup of peeled fresh FIGS, sliced in place of the poms.
I just made a batch of this sauce for dinner tonight and tried it with apple cider in place of the OJ and 1 cup of chopped apples and pears. Oh my! Delish!
This is basically a "do what you want to it" type of recipe. As long as the sugar and liquid stay the same as far as amts., it keeps it's consistancy. I would LOVE to hear how anyone else changes this up. Cooking is ALL about creativity and new ideas!
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