Ginger Cranberry Sauce
Why I Love This Recipe
In the USA cranberry sauce is traditionally eaten with the turkey on Thanksgiving day.
Cranberries grow mainly in Northern United States in states such as Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin. But also in parts of British Columbia and Quebec.
Cranberry sauce can also be eaten as frozen popsicles, with peanut butter on bread, as a topping on vanilla ice cream and even by itself.
Ingredients You'll Need
1 pound cranberry
1 large orange juice and some zest
1 cup orange juice
2 inch ginger peeled and grated finely
1 cup dark raw sugar
Soft boil everything for about 20 minutes or until done.
Towards the end mash everything.