Today I’ll make an amazing Cranberry sauce. Its amazing g taste and especially its sharp attractive color insisted you eat this yummy and delicious sauce. You must try this unique and elegant homemade sauce recipe and I’m 100% sure you never buy market-canned sauces to make this delicious recipe. It’s very easy to make just 4 to 5 basic ingredients need to make this recipe.
I always want to use and eat homemade recipes because it’s healthy and more delicious and tasty. I know you must think that someone who’s as obsessed with seasonal produce as I am would have tried a cranberry sauce recipe years ago but I remember their taste and I also want to make it again.
Forget Canned sauce flavor
My family always uses canned sauce in all dishes and has also served canned cranberry sauce. It’s never been my favorite part of the meal because don’t like their taste and texture.
In fact, I usually change that in favor of a second serving of filling and two slices of pumpkin pie. Homemade Cranberry Sauces amazing thick textures and very attractive colors always impress me to eat it
Delicious cranberry sauce
Today I’m going outside to buy something But when I see these amazing fresh, locally-grown cranberries
at our farmer’s market it insisted I buy it first and make something special and unique sauce to enjoy.
I decided to try the homemade cranberry sauce. If there’s anyone else out there who hasn’t made fresh cranberry sauce before, here’s my advice to you all of you must it!
This cranberry sauce recipe is quick and very easy to make. It just takes only 20 minutes, and it needs 4 basic ingredients to make this delicious recipe. It has a thick, jammy texture and a very sweet and spicy taste. Amazing balance recipe impresses you try it once, and you forget the flavor and not use the canned sauces again.
These ingredients available to need to make this smooth and well-textured cranberry sauce
- ¼ cup water
- Pinch of salt
- ½ cup maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon orange zest
- 5 cups fresh and juicy cranberries
It’s our main ingredient to make this yummy tangy smooth recipe. Use here fresh or frozen cranberries give a more charming smooth texture to our recipe. If you are using frozen berries, it is not necessary to thaw them completely before you start cooking.
It sweetens this cranberry sauce naturally and adds a rich depth of flavor. It makes our recipe more unique and flavorful.
Here the orange flavor is delicate. Add sparkle to the tangy sauce. Its strong and amazing sharp fragrance also adds an impressive taste. Its bright and refreshing flavor makes the recipe more delicious and fresh.
Just a little pinch. It makes all the flavors pop. Use according to your taste.
How to make it
Now is the time to make our recipe. Combine cranberries, maple syrup, orange zest, and salt in a medium saucepan with 1/4 cup water.
Bring the mixture to a boil over medium-low heat, stirring often so the syrup doesn’t burn. When the blueberries begin to burst, reduce the heat and cook, stirring often, for 15 to 20 minutes, until the sauce thickens.
It will continue to thicken as it rests. And now time to enjoy this amazingly delicious, spicy, tangy sauce.
Tips for Homemade Cranberry Sauce Recipe
Cook it any way you like. Homemade cranberry sauce thickens as it cools, so keep that in mind when making this recipe. Stop cooking when the sauce is slightly runnier than you would like. I like my sauce to be quite thick, with a mixture of whole berries and strips, so I cook it for about 18 minutes.
If you like the sauce to be thinner or have more whole berries, cook them for less time, about 12-15 minutes. Taste and adjust. Be sure to taste this cranberry sauce before serving. I like mine nice and tangy, but if you prefer a sweeter or spicier cranberry sauce, feel free to adjust it!
Add more maple to make the sauce sweeter or add extra orange zest for a stronger orange flavor. Do it early. This homemade cranberry sauce keeps well in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 4 days.
If you make it ahead of time, let it come to room temperature before serving. Save the Leftovers! Got leftover salsa from a festive feast? Don’t let it get lost! Think of leftover sauce as thick, sour jam.
Spread it on oatmeal or oats overnight, spoon it on pancakes or French toast, or spread it on a sweet and savory fall bun.
Serve and Enjoy
If you have any other presentation ideas, let me know in the comments! Enjoy this yummy sauce with your favorite snacks salads burgers fries anything you want to eat enjoy and enhance their taste with this amazing sauce.
Serve this on your table as a side dish to enjoy. Enjoy this smooth texture Cranberry Sauce with your family gathering and friends.