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Add blueberries to your cranberry relish. Recipe and photo courtesy Chilean Fresh Fruit Association.
It isn’t blueberry season—at least not in the U.S. But fresh blueberries from Chile are available. Not at low summer prices, mind you. But those who love their blueberries year-round need not go without.
One reason to buy fresh blueberries now is to make this easy and delicious Blueberry Cranberry Relish, delicious with Christmas turkey and ham.
RECIPE: FRESH BLUEBERRY & CRANBERRY RELISH
This recipe is best made a day or two in advance to let flavors blend. It makes 12 quarter-cup servings.
1 cup fresh blueberries
1 cup fresh orange juice
8 ounces fresh cranberries
1 tablespoon orange zest
3/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon real vanilla extract
1. COMBINE all ingredients in a medium saucepan over medium heat.
2. COOK until the sugar dissolves and the berries soften, for about 15 minutes. Remove from heat, cover and chill.
Nutrients per serving: calories 76, fat 0, cholesterol 0, sodium 0, dietary fiber 0, protein 0.
Appetizer: A delicious condiment with Brie and other soft, creamy cheeses.
Lunch: With turkey or ham sandwiches or grilled cheese; on a toasted cream cheese or fresh goat cheese sandwich.
Dinner: A side with holiday turkey or ham; or everyday lamb, pork and poultry dishes.
Dessert: A topping for vanilla ice cream, sorbet or frozen yogur.t
Gift: Spoon into pretty glass jelly jars, tie a ribbon around the jar and give them as homemade gifts or party favors.
Also see our recipe for Cranberry Relish With Port.
While you’re at it, make a Frozen Cranberry Margarita, Cranberry Mojito or Crantini (cranberry martini).
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