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Cranberry Hints, Tips, and Information
Cranberry Chicken (low fat, low calorie & low carb)
Herb vinegar give this chicken an unusual zing.
Cranberry Holiday Spread
This delicious holiday spread is very easy-to-make and is sure to delight your
family and friends. Makes a great appetizer to serve before your large
Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner.
Cranberry Salsa Dip with Cream Cheese
This fantastic recipe was shared with me by Carol Reich of Hillsboro, Oregon.
Carol won a Dip Contest on the Satellite Sisters Radio Show with this
outstanding and also beautiful-to-look-at recipe.
This granita would be delicious served during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.Granitas are as cool and delicious as ice cream,
but they're much light, more refreshing, and a lot easier to make.
Ben Weller, my son-in-law, makes this wonderful family recipe for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.
He uses the traditional method of grinding with an old hand-crank grinder. His mother, Joan Weller, told me (in confidence) that you don't really need to use a food grinder
(you can use a food processor). It was her way of keeping her sons busy and out of the way when she was fixing the holiday dinner.
Cranberry Sauce with Raspberry Vinaigrette
This traditional sauce is enhanced by raspberry vinegar. Very delicious!/font>
This recipe is courtesy of Doreen Matthew of the Bay Creamery restaurant in Winchester Bay, Oregon.
Doreen says, "We make a very popular Cranberry Tartlet that we serve with our breakfast meals. Everyone loves them and we get requests all the time to 'make me a
dozen of those cranberry thingys.' We make them in tartlet pans but the recipe will work very well in a mini- muffin pan. We have also used small tart pans with removable
bottoms. You get about 6 to a recipe with a 4 inch tart pan. Just remember to use a spray or you will never get them out!"
How about surprising your guests with these delicious Turkey-Cranberry Sliders?
Zucchini Cranberry Bread with Pecans
Here is a very pretty quick bread to make now and then freeze for later use.
During the holidays, you will be very thankful to have a few of these loaves in
your freezer to give as gifts and to serve your guests. This is also a great
recipe to use those "large" zucchini that seem to grow overnight!