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Recipe: Cranberry Apple Chutney

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This Saturday, T and I emptied the fridge and looked for what fantastic foods we could make with a little winter purge of our pantries.  With two bags of cranberries that never quite became cranberry sauce, a handful of apples, and a little ingenuity we managed to make something a little fancier than simple cranberry sauce.  Try it for yourself and tell us what you think.

photo 2 (4)Ingredients:

  • 5 Apples (Pealed, Cored and Sliced)
  • 24 oz Fresh Cranberries
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 2 Tsp Cinnamon
  • 2 Cups Water

Combine ingredients into a medium put (covered) and cook on a medium heat for about an hour.  You will need to stir the pot around every 5-10 minutes. This will thicken greatly once off the heat.

T’s Review: For something so simple it sure is tasty.  It’s better served cold, for whatever that’s worth.

D’s Review: It’s awful bitter, which I happen to like but some people don’t like bitter things like cranberry or rhubarb.  It’s not canned cranberry sauce… which is still a favorite but this will serve in a pinch.  I kinda want to try it with vanilla ice cream.

Bear: When are they going to make something we cats can eat?

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This entry was posted on December 16, 2013 by in Continental Cuisine, Recipes, Sauces.
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