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dianne s cranberry sauce

Desciption

this is the most incredible cranberry sauce -- and the one that goes on the table at our house every thanksgiving. very easy to do, very different, very delicious -- and i hope you enjoy it! cooling time not included in preparation time.

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Steps

  1. Wash cranberries and set aside
  2. Bring sugar and water to a boil
  3. Add cranberries
  4. Oranges and cloves
  5. Simmer over a high flame
  6. Stirring frequently
  7. Until berries pop open
  8. Add crushed pineapple
  9. Walnuts and cinnamon
  10. And blend
  11. Cool and serve
  12. Enjoy !

Step 7

Total Time in Minute 15

Ingredients Count 8

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Ingredients

Fresh cranberries

Sugar

Water

Orange

Ground cloves

Crushed pineapple

Walnuts

Ground cinnamon

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