cranberry relish

cranberry orange relish

Yields12 Servings

ingredients
 1 orange
 12 oz cranberries—fresh or frozen
 4 oz raspberries—fresh or frozen
 0.25 cup sugar (I prefer evaoprated cane juice or brown sugar)

method
1

Zest the orange, then peel it, section it, and remove any seeds you find.

2

Place the orange sections, zest, cranberries, and raspberries in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade.

3

Pulse until everything is finely chopped (but not puréed), then turn into a mixing bowl.

4

Stir in the sugar, a tablespoon at a time, until it’s sweet enough for you.

variations + fl!ps
5

Experiment with different sweeteners—raw honey and maple syrup are great less-processed alternatives—adjusting the amount you use to taste. (No artificial sweeteners, please!)

do ahead
6

The ultimate do-ahead side: store for up to a week (or more!) in a tightly covered container in the refrigerator.

7

After chilling in the refrigerator overnight, can be frozen for up to 3 months. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight before serving.

related blog post
8

https://simply-healthcoaching.com/give-thanks

other
9

© Elizabeth A. Baker, LLC. All rights reserved.
Photo by Chuk Nowak, 2016 for Fl!p Your K!tchen® (visit the shop page)

Ingredients

ingredients
 1 orange
 12 oz cranberries—fresh or frozen
 4 oz raspberries—fresh or frozen
 0.25 cup sugar (I prefer evaoprated cane juice or brown sugar)

Directions

method
1

Zest the orange, then peel it, section it, and remove any seeds you find.

2

Place the orange sections, zest, cranberries, and raspberries in the bowl of a food processor fitted with a steel blade.

3

Pulse until everything is finely chopped (but not puréed), then turn into a mixing bowl.

4

Stir in the sugar, a tablespoon at a time, until it’s sweet enough for you.

variations + fl!ps
5

Experiment with different sweeteners—raw honey and maple syrup are great less-processed alternatives—adjusting the amount you use to taste. (No artificial sweeteners, please!)

do ahead
6

The ultimate do-ahead side: store for up to a week (or more!) in a tightly covered container in the refrigerator.

7

After chilling in the refrigerator overnight, can be frozen for up to 3 months. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight before serving.

related blog post
8

https://simply-healthcoaching.com/give-thanks

other
9

© Elizabeth A. Baker, LLC. All rights reserved.
Photo by Chuk Nowak, 2016 for Fl!p Your K!tchen® (visit the shop page)

cranberry orange relish

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