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Why not add blueberries to the cranberry sauce?

Why not add blueberries to the cranberry sauce?

Like any component of Thanksgiving cranberry sauce causes a lot of emotions. There are canning purists "" we need ridges!- and there are homemade enthusiasts. During this time, there are those who prefer to play with the genre, leading to the phobia of both camps. I bet you'll be able to figure out which category I belong to.

If you intend to act with only one component of your Thanksgiving dinner, cranberry sauce is your best choice, elementary due to the fact that it is for example simple and quick to arrange. Seeing as there is not the slightest criterion that talks, in fact that the household sauce will not be able to work close to the perfect cylinder gel, you have to dare, in order to arrange as much as possible species as you wish. Devil take it, you can arrange an authentic sample of the sauce, and once of these sauces is obliged to keep blueberries.

Blueberries are undoubtedly much sweeter than cranberries—there is a root cause for which the bulk of cranberry juices are considered mixtures—and they guard their own form somewhat than any other.

Blueberries are undoubtedly much sweeter than cranberries—there is a root cause for which the bulk of cranberry juices are considered mixtures—and they guard their own form somewhat than any other. This means, in fact, that you will not only get a slightly sweeter, darker, bigger pie filling like sauce, you will still get a contrast of texture, with a small number of blueberries that are not exactly for example shelved as their Cran cousins. (Sidebar: do you actually understand that this song is the perfect song for making cranberry sauce? This is a musicological precedent.)

In case none of this sounds intriguing to you, please do not hesitate to return to the safe and comfortable ridges of canned food, but in case you want to have fun, or smoked, grilled, or some other hostile flavored Turkey, to provide this sauce back. In order to arrange this, you will need:

8 oz cranberries, washed and de-stemmed
4 oz blueberries, washed and treated from stem
1 Cup sugar
1 Cup water
2 giant strips of lemon zest

Mix everything in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce the flame, and let all hang out and boil until the cranberries are not entirely unzipped, and the sauce thickens. Remove the giant strips of zest, transfer to a bowl and allow to cool completely before feeding.

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