Simple, elegant, and a bit zesty and spicy with orange zest and cinnamon.
If you're looking for more of a sweet and sour element to your cranberry sauce, give this Italian twist a try.
A little orange, a little lemon, and a splash of red wine will make your guests swoon over this sauce.
"Spiked with ginger, cardamom, and a touch of chile pepper, this cranberry chutney is a bold and exotic take on the classic cranberry sauce," says Viviane Bauquet Farre, author of the award-winning blog Food and Style. Perfect for those looking for something a little different.
Here's the perfect accompaniment to Thanksgiving dinner for anyone looking for a bit more heat in their cranberry sauce.
A little spice is oh so nice sometimes, and ginger is the right guest to bring to the party when it comes to cranberry sauce.
Well, it's not exactly Lydia Shire's recipe, but it was passed down to her by her father. "It's elegant and well spiced," says Shire. Give it a try.
A bit boozy, a bit sweet, and just the right hint of spice — how can anyone refuse?
Combining two of fall's best seasonal ingredients is a fantastic idea try this recipe from Laura Cipullo.
Try this cranberry sauce from Walter Pisano, executive chef of Tulio Ristorante, located in Seattle.