Turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie. A mere mention of these staple dishes and one’s mind drifts to memories of Thanksgiving dinners past. Cranberry sauce is another one of those elements that can be an essential part to many families’ Thanksgiving feast. While pouring through the
This cranberry chutney recipe is perfect for those who can’t image Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce or an ice-cold
Coca-Cola Cranberry Chutney
|fresh cranberries||6 oz.|
|dried cranberries||6 oz.|
|red wine vinegar||2 tbsp|
|Kosher salt||1 pinch|
|granulated sugar||1/2 cup|
|grated fresh ginger||1 tbsp|
|Simply Orange||1/2 cup|
- Combine ingredients in a thick bottom boiler. Bring to a boil, then reduce to simmer until mixture thickens.
Chef Linton Hopkins is the owner and chef at Restaurant Eugene and Holeman & Finch Gastropub in Atlanta, GA. He is a James Beard Award-winning chef who was named one of the 10 Best new Chefs in America by Food & Wine Magazine in 2009.