This simple cranberry sauce requires only a few ingredients, but it has enough flavor to add excitement to a meal, not just a holidat one.
The sauce works well with both hot meat (e.g. baked ham) but this is very good with cheese or sausage.
I prefer a more sour taste so I give less sugar.
- fresh cranberry (about 100g, but it depends how much you have)
- 1 orange
- 1/3 cup sugar (the more, the sweeter)
Put 1/3 cup sugar and a glass of water in a medium pot. Stir to combine and boil.
Rinse the cranberry. When the water and sugar boil, add the cranberry. Bring to a boil, at which point the cranberry will begin to crack.
When all the cranberries pop out, mix it and reduce the temperature to a weaker level. The sauce should boil for about 5 minutes or until the cranberry completely disintegrates.
At this time, grate the orange peel and add to the sauce. Squeeze the juice and also add to the cranberry.
Heat for a while until you get a slightly denser character. Remove from heat and cool down.