Saturday, November 26, 2016

Cranberry Apple Orange Raspberry Pineapple Relish


My goodness, that is quite the name, isn't it? As so you can see, this Cranberry Relish recipe is packed with all sorts of fruits. It is a wonderful blend of sweet and tart, with a bit of crunch from the apples and smoothness from the raspberry gelatin that binds it all together.


I typically make a new cranberry sauce recipe every year for Thanksgiving, but I think this one is going to be a staple from here on out. A taster of this recipe noted that it was delicious enough to eat all on its own. Cranberry Relish is wonderful with roasted turkey and chicken. It can be made two weeks ahead of time which is great for those of us who like to get an early start on holiday cooking.

The original recipe from Amanda's Cookin' calls for 1 cup of chopped pecans which I omitted to suit our tastes. If you choose to add those, add them just before you add in the raspberry gelatin and stir to combine. Enjoy!

Note: This recipe should be started at least 24 hours before you plan to serve it. This allows the gelatin time to set up. I didn't bother peeling my apples and it still turned out great.

Cranberry Apple Orange Raspberry Pineapple Relish
Makes a ton, plan to send some home with your guests
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Ingredients:
  • 3 3-oz boxes raspberry gelatin (Not Sugar Free)
  • 3 cups water
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 20-oz can crushed pineapple, undrained
  • 12 oz bag fresh cranberries
  • 3 large sweet apples, peeled, cored and chopped
  • 6 small sweet oranges, peeled, seeded and chopped
Directions:
  1. Mix gelatin with sugar in a large bowl. Bring water to a boil and pour over the sugar/gelatin mixture. Stir or whisk until dissolved. Set aside.
  2. In a large bowl, mix together pineapple, chopped apples and chopped oranges.
  3. Place cranberries in a food processor and pulse several times until finely chopped. Add chopped cranberries to the other fruit in the bowl.
  4. Pour gelatin mixture over the fruit mixture and stir well.
  5. Cover and refrigerate for at least a day. 24 hours or more, can be made up to two weeks ahead.
Slightly adapted from Amanda's Cookin'.


6 comments:

  1. I love this mix of fruit, this is right up my alley!

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  2. I've just recently learned that I like fresh cranberries, so am collecting some recipes to try with them. Thanks for sharing yours!

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    1. Be sure to bookmark the recipe I have coming up soon for the Marshmallow Cranberry Fluff, it uses fresh cranberries as well and it is really tasty :)

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  3. You have nuts in explanation but forgot nuts in recipe. How much niuts?

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    1. It wasn't forgotten as I mentioned I left them out of the recipe on purpose. As you said in the explanation I mentioned 1 cup of nuts if you choose to use them and I instruct when to add them as well :)

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