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Orange Cranberry Sauce

Orange Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry sauce recipes are so delicious, but this one with the infusion of orange juice is even better! Sweet and tangy...now that's my kind of cranberry sauce recipe!

Cooking Time: 20 min

Ingredients
  • 1 (12-ounce) bag cranberries
  • 1 large can frozen orange juice
  • 2 orange juice cans of water
  • sugar to taste, only if needed
Instructions
  1. Put cranberries in saucepan.
     
  2. Add orange juice concentrate and the 2 cans of water.  If you have dry berries you may have to add water, play it by ear.
     
  3. Let the water come to a boil. 
     
  4. Stir, turn the heat down to about a slow simmer until the berries pop. I cook it for another 15-20 minutes from this point on a low heat, stirring until I get the texture I like.
     
  5. Remove from heat, it will thicken slightly when it cools.  I don't chill it but serve it warm for a change. It is good thoroughly chilled too.
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