Cranberry-Apple Relish

  • erin7382 Posted: 11/27/08
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    Tangy is right! Very good and very simple. Everybody loved it at this years thanksgiving :) Next time I would possibly use a sweeter apple rather than the sour "granny smith" apple.

  • Patten Posted: 11/30/08
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    absolutely wonderful - great reviews all around the table! made the day before. super easy.

  • jennishook Posted: 01/24/10
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    Easy and great tasting! Used orange juice instead of grape and added some fresh grated nutmeg. Everyone loved it, I will definitely be making this again!

  • BuzzyRat Posted: 11/27/08
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    Fantastic! What a nice compliment to our Thanksgiving meal!

  • laurabeth Posted: 11/14/08
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    I love this cranberry relish it is by far the best I have ever had. I have a made a few substitutions. Instead of grape juice I use local apple cider (mulled or unmulled). At the end I squeeze in half of an orange as well as the rind. I love the flavor of citrus it adds to the flavor. If you like you can add a touch of clove just a touch. I usually make this a few days ahead of time so the flavors can mingle. This is a big hit even for noncranberry lovers.

  • erindiane Posted: 12/08/08
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    I don't have anything to add to the praise of this dish that others haven't already said. I made it just as written and it was great! I just want to make a suggestion for what to do if you have any left over: I made sandwiches with leftover turkey, oatmeal bread, some lite cream cheese with chives, lettuce, and this cranberry sauce. They were the best turkey sandwiches ever.

  • CLK8173 Posted: 12/25/09
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    Perfect as is! Made this for Thanksgiving & have made it numerous times since. Most recently, poured over brie cheese & baked.

  • acooker Posted: 11/25/09
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    Delicious. Made this the day before Thanksgiving with the "help" of my three-year old. Entire family enjoyed it! Didn't change anything. Will keep this on the Thanksgiving menu.

  • bendercath Posted: 11/26/11
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    Great, just as others have noted. Since 2001, I have made this recipe, usually early in the week of Thanksgiving as it keeps very well. I use leftovers (if we have any) to make sandwiches, too. My kids like it when I put it through a food mill for a smoother texture, but it is also good chunky.

  • Shendock Posted: 11/13/11
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    Great taste, easy to make and can be done the day before. I've made this every year since 2001 by request.

  • DougK78 Posted: 12/26/12
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    Simple, easy recipe with decent flavor.

  • mrscmj Posted: 11/18/12
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    I made this last Thanksgiving and it was a hit. It's super easy, made it the day before, Just right.

  • Stampzilla Posted: 12/23/13
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    I first made this at Thanksgiving and it was a massive hit! Everyone loved it and said that this recipe should now be classified as a family favourite that needs to me made with every meal that involves turkey. It's tart with a bit of sweet and just plain awesome. I use whatever juice I have on hand.... normally apple-grape. I can see how orange juice would also pair well with this recipe. This year for Christmas I have made a quadruple batch to go with the 32 lb turkey my sister will be making.

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