You do not have to reinvent the wheel to make a memorable cranberry sauce, and nothing beats a homemade rendering of whole berries.
Ocean Spray, the American agricultural cooperative for cranberry growers, has shared its recipe with Fox News ahead of Thanksgiving.
“Ocean Spray’s first product was cranberry sauce, we were built on this iconic, simple yet mouthwatering sour, red spice,” said Chef David Ehrlinger, senior manager of Culinary Innovation, Ocean Spray, Fox News reports. “This traditional recipe, inherited from one generation of farmers to the next, was inspired by the beautiful sour taste that cranberries give, without anything getting in the way.”
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While a go-to with turkey, Ehrlinger says its light acidity also goes well with pork or even in your next brunch cocktail. For two twists on this recipe, you can also check it out one made with less sugar and a naturally sweetened with honey and maple syrup.
Get the full recipe for the company’s signature homemade cranberry sauce with whole berries below, and check out more amazing Thanksgiving accessories here.
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Homemade cranberry sauce of whole berries from Ocean Spray
Serves 2 cups portions
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
1 cup sugar
1 cup of water
1 12-ounce pack Ocean Spray® Fresh or frozen cranberries, rinsed and drained, or fresh or frozen cranberries of your choice.
- Mix water and sugar in a medium saucepan.
- Bring to a boil; add cranberries, let it boil back.
- Reduce heat and cook gently for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Cover and cool completely at room temperature.
- Refrigerate until serving time.
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