Forget the canned stuff -- when it comes to cranberry relish, nothing beats homemade at Christmastime. For a side dish that takes center stage, make it fresh with orange sections and dried currants or sweetened with pineapple and spiced up with ground ginger. With any of our side dish recipes, you'll discover a cranberry relish you'll love.See Popular Cranberry Relish Recipes
This versatile holiday dessert goes great with other favorites such as shortbread, pound cake, seasonal breads, and ice cream.
You gotta have homemade Cranberry Relish (click here for the recipe) on the holiday table again this year, right? That's a given. Unless it's not. What about updating that classic Thanksgiving side dish to something -- oh, let's say, more modern, a tiny bit Italian -- like Cranberry Crostini (click here for the recipe)? We admit, this is a hard choice to make, simply because our Amazing Cranberry Relish is, well, rather amazing, made with fresh cranberries, oranges, and -- here comes the secret ingredient -- Grand Marnier liqueur (or just-plain cranberry juice, if you prefer). Okay, butread more
Try this simple yet sophisticated relish with pork or turkey. Pairs well with chicken, too.
Some folks prefer cranberry relish served warm. If that's the case at your house, make this glistening jewel-tone accompaniment just before mealtime.
Traditional cranberry sauce gets a sweet makeover with plump and juicy seedless red grapes.
This tangy sauce cooks in less than 15 minutes and can be made several days ahead. It's a colorful accompaniment to holiday desserts.
Sweet onion gives a mellow twist to traditional cranberry relish.
Stevia is sweeter than sugar, so using Stevia In The Raw® lets you perfect the tart-sweet ratio using just a fraction of the sugar called for in the traditional recipes. Serve it in your favorite bowl or chill it in a mold / either way it will sparkle on your holiday table. Use apple cider or juice in place of pomegranate, if you wish.
Jalapeno chiles lend a pleasant nip to this fresh cranberry sauce.
A simple combination of four ingredients yields a relish with a surprising orange twist you're sure to enjoy with turkey or ham.
Peach chutney adds a sweet contrast to the tart cranberries and acidic vinegar in this savory condiment. Serve with ham or turkey at your holiday meal.
This maple-syrup-sweetened sauce cooks in less than 15 minutes and can be made several days before the feast.