My Most Favoritest Cranberry Sauce

This cranberry sauce (or perhaps more appropriately, relish) is so good I could just eat it plain, the whole bowl.  There’s no cooking involved and it definitely isn’t traditional cranberry sauce but wow, is it delicious!!  I found the recipe out there somewhere on the Web a few years ago and my apologies to whoever it is that I can’t give credit to.  If you want to switch things up a little on your Thanksgiving table, make this!

Fresh Cranberry Relish

(recipe can be easily doubled if you want more and also made a day or two in advance)

1/2 of an orange

Zest half the orange and chop that.  Then peel the orange and chop the segments.

1/2 of an apple, peeled, cored, and chopped
1 C finely chopped fresh cranberries
½ C sugar (start with less and add to taste)
powdered ginger, to taste
fresh lime juice, to taste

Mix all together with the orange and orange zest and let sit for a few minutes.  No cooking needed.  Stays delicious for days!

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