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Let Them Eat: Leftover Cranberry Sauce Cake

Sweets María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

Use ALL of your leftovers this Thanksgiving weekend. Here's one for finishing up cranberry sauce. More

Leftover Cranberry Sauce Cake

Serious Eats María del Mar Sacasa Post a comment

A standard sour cream coffeecake, dense and rich, is crusted with a cookie-like covering of almonds, and scented with orange zest. In the middle, dollops of rescued cranberry sauce. More

Cakespy: Cranberry Sauce Jelly Doughnuts

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It's Thanksgiving! It's Hanukkah! All at once! With this momentous overlap of food holidays, why decide on one type of cuisine? These jelly doughnuts, inspired by the Hanukkah specialty sufganiyot, have a Thanksgiving flair thanks to a cranberry sauce "jelly" inside. More

Cranberry Sauce Jelly Doughnuts

Serious Eats cakespy 5 comments

It's Thanksgiving! It's Hanukkah! All at once! With this momentous overlap of food holidays, why decide on one type of cuisine? These jelly doughnuts, inspired by the Hanukkah specialty sufganiyot, have a Thanksgiving flair thanks to a cranberry sauce "jelly" inside. More

10 Easy Cranberry Sauce Recipes for Thanksgiving

Remy Robert Post a comment

When it comes to Thanksgiving, there are the canned cranberry sauce vigilantes, and to them, we respectfully leave the gelatinous cylinders. These recipes are for those who prefer their relish tangy and homemade, smacking with the flavor of fresh berries—which, luckily, isn't much harder to accomplish than it is to open a can. More

Cranberry Sauce with Candied Pecans

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Candied pecans are chopped and added into the cranberry sauce base after it has cooled slightly, giving the final sauce a sweet and nutty crunch. More

Spiced Red Wine Cranberry Sauce

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Taking inspiration from another fall comfort—mulled wine—this version of cranberry sauce swaps water for red wine and adds in holiday spice in the form of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice. More

Apple-Orange Cranberry Sauce

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Granny Smith apples build on the already tart and sweet profile of cranberry sauce, and the addition of extra orange juice and orange zest gives adds a brightness. More

Pear and Ginger Cranberry Sauce

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel Post a comment

Pear and ginger are a great contrasting pair, and worked very well in this cranberry sauce variation. More

Basic Cranberry Sauce

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 3 comments

The original base comprised of cranberries, sugar, water, and salt. A couple tablespoons of fresh orange juice adds a nice sweet citrus compliment to the tartness of cranberries. More

Cakespy: Cranberry Sauce Cinnamon Rolls

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The nuttiness of whole wheat flour works beautifully with sweet-tart cranberry sauce, which make an appearance in the dough, filling, and glaze. Yes, these cinnamon rolls just might become a holiday weekend tradition. More

Cranberry Sauce Cinnamon Rolls

Serious Eats cakespy 7 comments

These Cranberry Sauce Cinnamon Rolls feature cranberry in the filling and the glaze, and are a delicious seasonal indulgence. More

The Food Lab: Latke-Crusted Turkey Stuffing Fritters With Liquid Cranberry Core and Turkey Schmaltz Gravy

The Food Lab J. Kenji López-Alt 31 comments

As part of the literally once-in-a-lifetime convergence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year, we engaged in a little friendly food battle with our friends over at Food52, with both of us coming up with the best Thanksgivukkah mashup recipe we could think of. Working from the inside out, we start with a oozy liquid center of cranberry sauce, surrounded by a light layer of turkey and sage stuffing, encased in a thin crust of crisp latke-style potato and onion batter that frizzles and crisps, thin bits of potato and onion sticking out in a wild tangle. Here's how we make it. More

Cranberry Sauce! 5 Different Recipes

Hally Wolhandler 1 comment

Cranberry sauce is my favorite part of Thanksgiving. (Anyone else?) Tart and delicious, it holds the Thanksgiving meal together. The gorgeous red-maroon hue brightens the otherwise brownish plate, and its refreshing flavor improves just about everything it touches. Look here for 5 different ways to make a saucy cranberry side. More

Sam Sifton's Basic Cranberry Sauce

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Yes, cranberry sauce is a given. You probably make a homemade version to accompany its canned brethren in order to appease the most strident of canned-sauce believers. But often homemade cranberry sauce recipes include a cascade of spices, fruit, and nuts to distract from the fact that the sauce is simply a frozen bag of bouncy fruits cooked up with far too much sugar. In Thanksgiving: How to Cook it Well, Sam Sifton offers a straightforward yet well-balanced Basic Cranberry Sauce to counter all of those overwrought sauces. More

Sam Sifton's Basic Cranberry Sauce

Serious Eats Kate Williams 7 comments

Yes, cranberry sauce is a given. You probably make a homemade version to accompany its canned brethren in order to appease the most strident of canned-sauce believers. But often homemade cranberry sauce recipes include a cascade of spices, fruit, and nuts to distract from the fact that the sauce is simply a frozen bag of bouncy fruits cooked up with far too much sugar. In Thanksgiving: How to Cook it Well, Sam Sifton offers a straight-forward, yet well-balanced Basic Cranberry Sauce to counter all of those overwrought bowls of relish. More

Sauced: Cranberry-Apple Relish

Sauced Joshua Bousel 1 comment

There's more than one way to enjoy cranberries this Thanksgiving than in gelatinous sauce form, and this cranberry-apple relish is a great alternative with some added bonuses. More

Cranberry-Apple Relish

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 1 comment

There's more than one way to enjoy cranberries this Thanksgiving than in gelatinous sauce form, and this cranberry-apple relish is a great alternative with some added bonuses. More

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