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After you make cranberry sauce once, you will happily await cranberry season year after year. The basic version only takes about 15 minutes and all you need are cranberries, sugar and water. The “gourmet” version however, does not add any more time or difficulty.
Pear and cranberries are a delightful pairing, and accenting the sauce with not only raw sugar, but also honey and maple, will elevate this simple and delicious dish. Add a little cinnamon to the mix, and your taste buds will thank you. The most important thing to remember is, that you can always add sugar or honey after, but it is not possible to remove it. If you’ve added too much water wither add more cranberries of ladle the water out. You can also can/jar the sauce immediately after cooking to make preserves. A hot jar, combined with hot cranberry sauce will seal the jar well in minutes. Enjoy.
3 cups Cranberries
1 cup Pear, cubed
1 tablespoon Honey
1 tablespoon Maple Syrup
2 tablespoons Raw Sugar
1 teaspoon Cinnamon
Makes 2 ¾ cup of sauce
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