Updated: Mar 28, 2019
Don't start, I know what you're gonna say, "I don't like me no cranberry."
"Well put your tongue back in your mouth," cause your gonna love this new take on an old recipe.
This is one berry that's been on the table since Thanksgiving first started. The cranberry is the most under-rated berry in my opinion, and we should use it more. Please give this a try and you will see what I'm talking about.
"Turkey-Approved Spiced Cranberry Relish" This is not your everyday cranberry relish, there's no cooking involved, its all fresh, quick and "Oh, so tasty." You can even use it for a dessert if you put a little dollop of cream on top. Your turkey will thank you for adding this to your menu; it's even really good with pork too.
Turkey Approved Spiced Cranberry Relish
Jason Smith, FNS
1-12 ounce pack fresh cranberries, rinsed
2-tsp fresh ginger, grated
½-tsp ground ginger
½-fresh seedless orange, skin and all
1-15ounce can crushed pineapple, drained
1-medium apple, cored and diced
Pinch of salt
· Place the cranberries, both gingers and the orange in food processor, pulse until all is chopped fine.
· Add the apple, pineapple, honey and salt, pulse to combine, leaving apples a little chunky.
· Place in an air tight container and refridge over night or for at least 2 hours.
Tips: You can also add diced celery or pecans to it if you’d like.