I wanted a cranberry sauce that wasn’t too sweet and packed some punch… so this is what I came up with after some experimenting.
It’s good with roast turkey or ham, but even better on leftover sandwiches…
- 1Cook the shallots in oil in a saucepan over medium heat until translucent. Garlic, ginger and peppers. Cook until just frangrant – one minute or so. Add the cranberries and all other ingredients. Simmer until the cranberries have broken down and it reaches the desired consistency (about 10 to 15 minutes).
- 2This sauce cans very well – just use normal canning techniques. If canned, it will keep for more than a year. Otherwise, it keeps well in the refrigerator for a long time (well through the Thanksgiving to Christmas holidays).
- 3(If using dried chipotles, toast them on a dry griddle until puffy and fragrant (don’t let them blacken). Chop finely. If using chipotles in adobo sauce, just chop the chiles finely.)
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