Monday, November 22, 2010

Good Taste: cranberry conserve

Here’s one dish you can make ahead of time for Thanksgiving – cranberry conserve. A conserve is a fruit mixture cooked to jam like consistency with sugar. Once cooked, you can freeze your conserve or store in a mason jar as you would jam or jelly.
This conserve is so pretty because the apples and mandarin oranges become stained by the cranberries and turn a bright berry color.

You don’t have to celebrate Thanksgiving to make this. Whip up a batch and use as a side dish or a garnish for breads, pastries or meats - or as a gift.

The recipe is under the Goodie Bag tab. Enjoy.


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